Video Leak: HAMAS Hostage Video Proves Democrats WRONG

Israel has released public footage of the Hamas militants captured during the October 7th incident, in which they insulted and beat five adolescents. Numerous people have visible wounds that are bleeding. Hamas members and others are shouting and suggesting that they want to rape the ladies (a Palestinian woman interrupts at one point).

Warning: There is graphic and frightening material in the video below. Please use caution when watching, even though I think it is important for people to see Hamas for who he really is.

The video shows a terrorist pointing at Karina, who is still wearing her Snoopy pajamas, and saying, ‘These are the ladies, these are the girls who can become pregnant.’ They are referred to as Zionists. “You are very gorgeous,” he says in Arabic with a frightening tone.

The adolescent on the far left maybe someone you know. On October 7, a viral video of her removal from the back of an SUV came to symbolize the brutality of Hamas. The video showed her rear bloodied in one spot, indicating a forceful sexual assault.

One of the detainees mentioned that she had Palestinian acquaintances and had worked as a volunteer in Gaza. The Hamas fighters ignored her, calling her a dog and yelling at her. Her remarks seem a little naïve considering how indifferent these terrorists are. The fact that many of the people slain or kidnapped on October 7th were more progressive and in favor of a Palestinian state is one of the major ironies of the event. That was the majority of the Kibbutzim population that surrounded Gaza.

Again, though, Hamas seems unconcerned. They behave like animals, so it is necessary to get rid of them. Israel should reject any proposals to end the conflict early and give Hamas continued organizational strength, much less governmental authority. They have to finish the job.

Author: Blake Ambrose


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