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A video released on an Israeli news station shows some of the bloody aftermath of the horrors that the residents of Kibbutz Nir Oz endured for more than 7 hours.
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The video compiled from CCTV cameras and GoPros worn by Hamas members also shows Gaza residents who are not armed terrorists entering the Nir Oz after the gate was breached. For hours, unarmed Palestinians took their time to loot farm equipment, motorcycles, and anything else they wanted as the bodies of Hamas’s victims lay out in the open and smoke billowed in the background.
One Jewish woman talks about how she feels failed by her own country because it took the Israeli Defense Forces hours to respond to the attack leaving residents of Nir Oz.
Another thing shown in the video is how Hamas brought their own reporter and tried to create a narrative that they were being kind and compassionate as they kidnapped children and went on the murderous rampage with atrocities and torture that would make Quinten Tarantino vomit in disgust.
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Gaza’s civilians followed the initial Hamas terrorists assault on the Kibbutz. They looted and pillaged while dead bodies lay strewn around the Kibbutz, and all against the backdrop of burning houses, set alight by the initial wave of terrorists.
— KT “Special CIA Operation” (@KremlinTrolls) October 23, 2023
This is what the “progressive” Useful Idiot Hamas apololgists that call themselves “Pro-Palestine” are unwittingly — or perhaps not so unwittingly — supporting.
It’s important to ask some tough questions when Egypt and Jordan are adamantly refusing to take any refugees from Gaza.
No one, and I mean no one, hates “Palestinians” more than Jordan and Egypt
And yet the enemies of civilization demand that Israel and America take them in as refugees
Why is that?pic.twitter.com/0iyVDQrJRa
— Matthew Foldi (@MatthewFoldi) October 17, 2023
Could it be because they’ve been radicalized into committing atrocities against innocents?
Here’s a phone call from a terrorist to his parents bragging about how many innocent Jews he killed on October 7.
“Dad I’m calling you from the phone of a Jew! I just killed her and her husband, with my own hands I killed 10!”
This is the chilling conversation between a Hamas terrorist and his father in which he boasts about killing 10 civilians during the #HamasMassacre.
These are the… pic.twitter.com/yZ1DRg2Q5d
— Israel Foreign Ministry (@IsraelMFA) October 24, 2023
He’s probably bragging because he has just set his family up for lifetime payments from the government’s “Martyr’s Fund” — also known as Hamas’s “Pay-for-Slay” policy.
This conflict is complicated and yes, there are innocents on both sides, but there’s also a very real problem of Islamic radicalization and virulent anti-semitism in Gaza.
Western countries should really think twice about bringing in refugees before there has been a significant de-radicalization effort in the Gaza Strip.
With the Southern border wide open, who knows how many people who would fit in well with the pro-Hamas college protest crowd are already here.
It’s time for Christians to get serious about prayer.
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