The Embassy of Israel this (Wednesday) afternoon showed 47 minutes of horrific video footage attacked by HAMAS terrorists on October 7 in southern Israel.
The Islamic Resistance Movement–HAMAS was founded in 1987– is a Palestinian Sunni Islamist political and military organization governing the Gaza Strip of the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories.
The audience watched rear shocking 47-minute footage with the tearful pin-drop silenced.
In the screening room, there were postcard sized pictures of the Nepali students who were killed by HAMAS and a big size picture of Bipin Joshi who is still being captivated by the terrorists group.
The devastating attack by the Palestinian terror group HAMAS in Israel on October 7 showed a series of bloodied, burned and tormented bodies of men, women and children. In some cases, people were burned alive in their homes, lying in bushes, living rooms and bathrooms, many no longer resembled human forms. women raped, and innumerable victims tortured in acts of monstrous brutality. One clip showed a meters-long trail of blood across brightly colored floor tiles.
The heinous attack on October 7 resulted in over 1,400 casualties including 10 Nepali students with 240 individuals taken hostage (155 still in captivity) by HAMAS terrorists.
Bipin Joshi remains held hostage in an undisclosed location in the Gaza Strip.
Thanks, six Nepali students survived the attack with various injuries. Among them Dhan Bahadur Chaudhary, a survivor of the attack was among the attendees at today’s horrific video footage screening programme among others including Nepali law makers, officials from Nepal government, media personalities, ex-ambassadors, distinguished people of the society.
Candles were flamed by Chaudhary who also later shared his tragic remembrances on the day of the attack (October 7) he faced at Kibbutz Alumim, near the Gaza border and did not forget to ask government’s assistance in the course to release Bipin Joshi.
Briefing of the need to show raw footage, Israeli Ambassador to Nepal Hanan Goder said Israelis are calling October 7 as “Black Shabbat” that serves as a stark reminder of the importance of values such as democracy, humanity, respect, and tolerance.
“Israel wants to join hands for cooperation, peace with all to uphold human values and friendship,” the envoy stressed.
At an outdoor music festival in Kibbutz Be’eri, 260 people were gunned down by HAMAS terrorists and nearly 240 people of Israelis and foreign nationals from babies to the octogenarians were abducted to Gaza, where they remain captive.
As per the ambassadorial sources, Israel has been showing the harrowing 47-minute video clips compilation assembled from various sources of HAMAS’ October 7 massacre in southern Israel to the world includes politicians, various level of officials, people of various walks of-life of the societies, members of the media so far at 65 places including UN in New York, Geneva, Washington, Berlin, Brussels, Madrid, Santiago, Paris and …….
As Israel faces international pressure to agree to a cease-fire in Gaza, Israel have screening the images compiled from bodycam and smartphone footage shot by slain or captured by HAMAS fighters, the terror group’s social media posts and the phones of victims and first responders thinking to spread the importance by the world people about October 7, 2023.
It was also believe that October 7 attacked on Israel was the worst day after 1948 founding and the Holocaust.
One clip shows a father being killed in front of his two young sons. A nanny cam still running in one room captures one of the boys screaming “why am I still alive?”
The footage shown included a photo of a burnt baby. It showed gunmen shooting the dead bodies of civilians in cars, militants in the process of beheading a body with a hoe, burnt corpses thrown in a dumpster.
Though, after 49-days of war, a four-day ceasefire between Israel and the Hamas terrorist organization, mediated by Qatar, came into effect at 7 a.m. on Friday November 24, 2023. It has been extended by two more days which has been welcomed by the entire world leaders including the United Nations.
Also, Israel and Hamas agreeing to free at least 50 Israeli hostages, and Israel agreeing to release 150 Palestinians prisoners and allow hundreds of trucks of humanitarian, medical and fuel aid to enter Gaza.
“Israel has determined to bring all hostages to home safely and the country will not stop to meet the goals of HAMAS’ elimination for ensuring the prompt security of civilians,” Ambassador Goder said and added, “Israel wants to show and remind the world how Israel will deal with a terrorist organization until they lay down their weapons and stand for human justice.”
Israel believes the raw video screening will aid Israel’s advocacy efforts for its war against HAMAS.
According to the HAMAS-run Gaza Health Ministry, more than 14,800 Palestinians have been killed in Gaza, including about 6,000 children and 4,000 women making the deadliest war for children this century.
On the Israel side, 1,200 people have been killed mostly during the initial incursion by HAMAS.