With terrorists’ bodies still lying in the grass, international press witnesses firsthand the shocking aftermath of Palestinian Terrorists' from Gaza slaughter of Israeli civilians by raping the children from 10 years and up and then chopping up their bodies and beheading over 40 babies in their cribs. The massacre was celebrated by Palestinians around the world including in Toronto, London, Europe, China.
Reporters spoke of the stench of death in the air.
Still, the pastoral simplicity of the kibbutz with its lawns and one-story homes was evident, further underscoring how jarring were the atrocities that took place only days before.
“It’s not a war,” General Itai Veruv, head of the IDF’s Depth Command, told reporters. “It’s not a battlefield. You see the babies, the mothers, the fathers in their bedrooms, in their protection rooms, and how the terrorists kill them. It’s not a war… it’s a massacre.”
“It’s something I never saw in my life. It’s something I used to imagine of my grandmother and my grandfather in Europe, Rwanda, China and other places,” he said.
The world must see the vicious true and real face of the murderous Palestinians and not absorb their propaganda on social media. They use their own children as bait and as shields for their fake cause.
Earlier Tuesday, the IDF said it had finally regained control over the border with the Gaza Strip, some 72 hours after Palestinian terrorists blew through sections of the barrier and launched an invasion, slaughtering over 1,200 Israelis and kidnapping more than 150 to Gaza.
Fighting continued in the kibbutz into Sunday.
As Israel continued to grapple with the emerging enormity of Saturday’s massacres and the military was formally notifying hostages’ families that their loved ones were being held in Gaza, air force planes bombarded wide swaths of the Strip.
Meanwhile, some 400,000 reservists girded for a possible ground invasion, sweeps to locate terrorists feared still hiding inside Israel continued, and tensions on the northern border threatened to snowball into a second front.
The IDF estimates that there are a small number of terrorists still hiding in Israeli territory. Overnight, Israeli security forces killed at least one Palestinian terrorist near Kibbutz Sa’ad.
Troops also exchanged fire with terrorists in Kissufim and Monday night saw police kill another terror suspect near Mishmar Hanegev, some 24 kilometres (15 miles) inside Israel.
To this date the Palestinians have shown the world the blood thirsty nature and culture and October 07, 2023 will be remembered in history similar to the attack on Pearl Harbour.
Contributed by: Andrei Slavenkov - Crime Consultant (Netherlands)
Chronicles of Monte Friesner - Compliance & Crime Analyst