Israel has launched a “Hamas Massacre” website with graphic photos and videos of the Oct. 7 terrorist attack and promises to “document the horrors of that day.”
The terror began when Hamas gunmen with motorized paragliders and pickup trucks attacked the Nova music festival near Kibbutz Re’im, massacring around 260 revelers and taking hostages.
The black and yellow website features gruesome photos of people partying the day before, as well as gruesome footage and images of corpses.
Also included are images of the brutal attack on Kibbutz Be’eri, in which more than 100 of its 1,100 community members were tortured and slaughtered, as well as photos of blood-soaked bedrooms.
There is also a picture of the charred remains of babies and a video of a man who lost a limb.
Creepy images on the website show people partying the day before
A Hamas gunman seizes a civilian at the festival on October 7
Hamas terrorists next to a truck during the deadly attack on October 7
The black and yellow website features gruesome photos of people partying the day before, as well as gruesome footage and images of corpses
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The infamous tent filled with corpses of festival-goers also serves as a stark reminder of the attack that sparked a bloody war that left more than 1,400 Israelis and 9,061 dead in Gaza.
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday that Israeli forces had advanced further than the outskirts of Gaza City in their attack on Hamas terrorists in the northern half of the Gaza Strip.
Ground fighting erupted again in northern Gaza last night as Israeli troops sought to destroy Hamas, the Islamist movement that controls the territory.
Israeli army chief of staff Lt. Gen. Herzi Halevi said troops were in the Gaza Strip, besieging Gaza City and “increasing infiltration” of Hamas-controlled areas.
The Israeli army is trying to free about 240 hostages, both civilians and troops, captured by Hamas during the attack.
Around 332 soldiers have already died in the October 7 attacks and in the Israeli offensive that the Hamas attack triggered.
Now a grinding urban war is looming deeper in the Gaza Strip, where Hamas is fighting from a network of tunnels hundreds of kilometers long.
Global concern over Israel’s response has grown sharply. The army says it has attacked more than 12,000 targets so far.
A child’s blood-soaked bed at Kibbutz Kerem Shalom after a Hamas-led attack on the house
Israeli festival-goers run for their lives across the desert after being warned of an impending rocket attack just as Hamas invaded the country on October 7
Of particular concern were repeated heavy attacks on Gaza’s largest refugee camp – densely populated Jabalia, north of Gaza City – where explosions toppled residential buildings.
The Hamas-ruled government in Gaza said 195 people were killed in two days of Israeli attacks on Jabalia and hundreds more were missing and injured, figures that could not be independently verified.
Hamas said seven of the estimated 242 hostages it is holding died in Tuesday’s bombings, a claim that also could not be verified.
Heavy strikes also hit Gaza’s Bureij refugee camp and an area near a United Nations-run school in Jabalia, where the health ministry said 27 people had died.