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Horror! The Israeli government has released the Hamas videos, with murders, tortures, beheadings

The Israeli government on Monday reviewed for 200 members of the foreign press some 43 minutes of gruesome scenes of murder, torture and beheading from the October 7 Hamas attack in southern Israel that killed more than 1,400 people, including raw footage from the terrorists' cameras. .


The government said it decided to show journalists part of its documentation collection in order to dispel doubts around the world about the atrocities committed by Hamas.

Journalists were not allowed to record the screening, which took place on a closed military base.

The footage was collected from call recordings, security cameras, Hamas terrorist body cameras, victim cameras, Hamas and victim social media accounts, and cell phone videos taken by terrorists, victims and first responders. Over 1,000 civilians were massacred by the terrorists and at least 224 people were abducted.

In a pair of videos that have been released, Hamas terrorists can be seen dressed in Israeli army uniforms, hitting passing cars and then shooting the occupants.

Bodies are dragged out of vehicles and left in the middle of the road after terrorists take their belongings and in some cases steal the bloodied, bullet-riddled cars.

In another video, they are seen pouring bottled water over still smoldering bodies.

In another, it shows a man lying on the ground, bleeding from his stomach, as a terrorist repeatedly tries to decapitate him with farm equipment. The man appears to be Asian, possibly one of Israel's foreign farm workers.

In a two-part video captured in two Israeli communities near the Gaza border, a home security camera shows a father gathering his two young sons to run to the outdoor bomb shelter, the three of them just getting out of bed and all motionless.

Λίγες στιγμές αργότερα, ένα χέρι εμφανίζεται στην οθόνη, που πετάει μια χειροβομβίδα στην οικογένεια. Ο πατέρας πεθαίνει και τα αγόρια βγαίνουν μέσα στο αίμα του.

Daddy's dead, it wasn't a joke," one child screams, and they run back to their house. "I know, I saw it," his brother replies, screaming, "Why am I alive?"

In the second segment, recorded through a call recording app on a victim's phone, another son communicates with his father. "Dad, I killed 10 with my bare hands," the terrorist tells his father in Gaza with emotion. "Their blood is on my hands, let me talk to mom."

"Please be proud of me, Dad," she adds.


Identified by his father as Mahmoud, the terrorist says he is calling his family from the phone of a Jewish woman who has just been murdered and implores them to check his WhatsApp messages for further documentation.


The army also took video from Gaza that went up on social media on the day of the attack. In one video, a bloodied IDF soldier is pulled from a car - it is unclear whether he is dead or alive - thrown to the ground and kicked and beaten by a local crowd of Palestinians.

Another video shows a young girl wearing bloody sports pants while being dragged out of the trunk of a car to a chorus of cheers. A man shouts in English, "You're in Gaza!"

Identified by his father as Mahmoud, the terrorist says he is calling his family from the phone of a Jewish woman who has just been murdered and implores them to check his WhatsApp messages for further documentation.

Among the images included in the raw footage were those of a decapitated soldier, several charred human remains including small children, a pile of corpses in a bomb shelter and several Islamic State flags that the military said were found in Israel. .

Speaking to the press corps, Israel Defense Forces spokesman Vice Admiral Daniel Hagari said that Israel has identified Hamas with the Islamic State (or ISIS) since October 7 mainly because of the Gaza-based terrorist group's methods.

"When we say Hamas is ISIS, it is exactly that," Hagari said.

"We say that ISIS in the sense — elements of [Hamas's] media, cruelty and brutality are elements of ISIS," he said. He also noted "the guidance of the manuscripts" found on the killed and captured Hamas terrorists, the main force of which was from the Nuhba group's commando unit.

"It's indoctrination, and if the indoctrination is to commit crimes against humanity, it's not just Israel's problem," Hagari added, referring to a broader Western war against fundamentalist Islamic terror.




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