Hamas terrorists, father and son, describe taking turns raping woman in chilling video

Hamas terrorists, father and son, describe taking turns raping woman in chilling video

Chilling new footage shows a Hamas terrorist and his teenage son recounting in a harrowing vision how they took turns sexually assaulting an Israeli woman before murdering her during the October 7 terrorist attack. WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENT.

Sky News presenter Chris Kenny reveals “disturbing images” of Hamas terrorists holding IDF women hostage since 7 October. “I want to talk about the latest developments regarding the war between Hamas and Israel,” Mr. Kenny said. “What you are about to see, just released by Israel with the blessing of the families involved, are… images of Hamas terrorists after they overran an Israel Defense Force or IDF sentry post in the south.” of Israel on October 7 of last year.” Warning: The following images may be distressing to some viewers.

Jamal Hussein Ahmad Radi, 47, and his son Abdallah, 18, were detained by the Israel Defense Forces in the Gaza Strip this spring and subsequently questioned about the terrorist attack, the Daily Mail revealed.

Jamal described finding a woman who was “screaming” and “crying” in a house in Kibbutz Nir Oz, a community near the Israel-Gaza border.

“I did what I did, I raped her,” he said nonchalantly.

Financial entrepreneur Dr. Roger Gewolb discusses the unattainable demands of a ceasefire with “someone who is destined to destroy you.” The families of five female Israeli soldiers held hostage by Hamas have released a graphic video showing their abduction. They called it damning testimony to the nation’s failure to bring the hostages home. “Hopefully this will draw the attention of all the people who are demanding a ceasefire and the rest on the hostages,” Dr Gewolb told Sky News presenter Gabriella Power. “How can you have a ceasefire with someone who is destined to destroy you and says that if you stop fighting, they will repeat October 7?”

“I threatened her with my gun to take her clothes off, I remember she was wearing jean shorts, that’s all,” he added.

Jamal claimed he did not know what happened to the woman after the rape, but his teenage son told the interrogator that his father killed the desperate victim.

“My father raped her, then I did it, then my cousin did it, and then we left, but my father killed the woman after we finished raping her,” Abdallah said in the tape of his own interview.

In the footage, Jamal was handcuffed and dressed in a gray tracksuit while sitting in front of an Israeli flag.

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“In every house where we find someone, we kill them or kidnap them,” he said.

Of the 400 residents of Kibbutz Nir Oz, at least 20 were killed on October 7 and 80 were kidnapped.

Jamal seemed unfazed as he explained in gruesome detail how he entered a house and killed the couple hiding inside.

“In the first house I found a woman and her husband, and we hit them with fire and killed them… they were around 40 years old,” he recalled.

Chilling videos of Jamal and Abdallah’s interviews quickly circulated on social media, where disgusted viewers noted how casually both men discussed the atrocities.

Jamal Hussein Ahmad Radi (pictured) and his son were captured by the IDF in the spring. Image: FDI

Heidi Bachram, whose in-laws were murdered and kidnapped in the Oct. 7 attack, wrote in X that Jamal was a “sociopath.”

The father and son interviews were published shortly after the Hostage and Missing Families Forum shared the sickening body camera footage of Hamas terrorists gloating over the blood-spattered faces of five female Israeli soldiers.

In the video, the terrorists can be heard making plans to sexually assault the women.

“Here are the girls who can get pregnant,” said one of the gunmen.

The father and son detailed their horrific attacks on an Israeli woman. Image: FDI

The bloodied soldiers were identified as Liri Albag, Karina Ariev, Agam Berger, Daniella Gilboa and Naama Levy.

The five remain held by Hamas in the Gaza Strip, the Hostages and Missing Families forum said.

Moshe Tur-Paz of Israel’s centrist Yesh Atid party said the body camera video should prompt the government to bring the remaining hostages home after more than seven months of war.

“I agree that it is a wake-up call because I believe that the Israeli government is not doing enough to return the hostages,” Tur-Paz told reporters at an event at the Jerusalem Press Club headquarters in Jerusalem. .

“I should be doing more. And I will say it politically: I think the Israeli government is hostage to Israel’s far right,” she added.