Israel’s Horrifying Video of Hamas Atrocities Leaves Viewers Shocked and Sickened
Extreme and horrified are the reactions in Congress, the United Nations, and even in Hollywood to the 43-minute film containing raw footage of Hamas terrorists’ October 7 massacre in southern Israel.
The film is a compilation of body cameras worn by Hamas terrorists, dashcams, traffic cameras, closed-circuit TV, and the mobile phones and social media accounts of victims, soldiers, and emergency medical workers.
This is the nightmare Israelis have been living for the past weeks since thousands of Hamas and other Palestinian terrorists from the Gaza Strip infiltrated Israel on that fateful Saturday morning — now referred to as “Black Saturday” — attacking some 20 civilian communities, army bases, and a music festival.
Even the headiest of individuals struggle to stomach such a compilation of horror. “It is a very difficult film to watch. It is the raw footage taken by the terrorists themselves and shows very graphic images,” Lior Hiatt, spokesperson of Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, told American media Thursday, November 23.
Hiatt said that the film has been shown to diplomats, international organizations, influencers, and decision-makers at the highest levels, shared by Israel in more than 60 of its embassies and consulates around the world.
“Not everyone can actually stay and watch the entire movie,” the spokesman said. “I’ve seen people crying, I’ve seen people leaving the room and I’ve seen a lot of people shocked to see that those kinds of atrocities were committed against human beings by the monsters from Hamas.” (FN / VFI News)
“God, we ask that You help our defense forces deliver justice and apprehend all terrorists who have committed atrocities against Israeli and foreign civilians. We ask that Hamas will be dismantled immediately and its terrorists face just punishment for the heinous crimes they have committed. We offer our heartfelt condolences to all citizens who have been afflicted and we pray for an end to all of their suffering.”