Adham Husa and Ismail Husa Were Spotted on Kibbutz Alumim’s Cameras and Seen Arriving With the Foreign Hostages at Shifa Hospital – On the 7th of October terrorists killed between 16 to 17 of the foreign workers and kidnapped between five to eight of them. In total, 19 foreign workers from Thailand and Nepal were killed, and 8 people were kidnapped before the kibbutz’s security team could intervene.
Kidnappers Interrogation Video
The Israeli Security Services investigation of Adham Husa and Ismail Husa, Hamas terrorists who were caught on the security cameras of Kibbutz Alumim kidnapping foreign citizens, and were later documented arriving with them at Shefa Hospital.
Video – Interrogation by Israeli Security Services
Kibbutz Alumim Kidnappings
The kidnappings at Kibbutz Alumim, which occurred on October 7, 2023, were a significant and tragic event. During a surprise attack by Palestinian terrorists, the men targeted Kibbutz Alumim, located close to the border fence with the Gaza Strip. The attack was part of a larger offensive against Israel.
Key details of the incident are as follows:
- Targeted Foreign Workers: The Hamas terrorists specifically abducted Thai citizens and a Nepali individual from the agricultural lands of Kibbutz Alumim. At the time of the attack, there were 41 Thai and Nepalese foreigners working at the kibbutz.
- Casualties and Kidnappings: The terrorists killed between 16 to 17 of these foreign workers and kidnapped between five to eight of them. In total, 19 foreign workers from Thailand and Nepal were killed, and 8 people were kidnapped before the kibbutz’s security team could intervene.
- Response of the Security Team: The kibbutz’s security team, although initially too far to save the employees, eventually fought back against the infiltrators. They were equipped with limited resources, including one rifle and one handgun, kept at the home of the security coordinator.
- Further Impact: The attack on Kibbutz Alumim was part of a broader incursion by Hamas militants that also affected nearby locales like Shuva, Sa’ad, and Kfar Maimon. Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) arrived on the scene to counter the attacks and support the local security details.
The incident at Kibbutz Alumim was a stark reminder of the ongoing conflict and tensions in the region, highlighting the vulnerability of civilian areas to militant actions and the tragic loss of life that can result from such conflicts.
GRAPHIC WARNING October 7th Raw Video Footage
How This All Started – October 7th Massacres and Kidnappings
The Israel-Hamas War of 2023 began abruptly on October 7th, when Hamas orchestrated a comprehensive land, sea, and air assault on Israel from the Gaza Strip. This attack, coinciding with the Jewish holiday of Shemini Atzeret, caught many by surprise, especially as many IDF soldiers were on leave.
The assault was unprecedented in its scale, launching over 2,200 rockets in 20 minutes, breaching the border with explosives and bulldozers, and even infiltrating via motorboats and paragliders.
This devastating attack resulted in over 1,200 deaths, multiple instances of sexual violence and rape, mutilations, kidnappings of babies, women and children and various other atrocities perpetrated on Israelis by the Palestinian attackers and mobs, marking it as the deadliest day for Israel since its independence.
In response, the IDF declared a state of alert and began mobilizing its reserves, calling up more than 350,000 over the following days. By October 8th, Israel had declared itself in a state of war, the first time since the Yom Kippur War in 1973.
Air strikes were initiated in the Gaza Strip, and a total siege was imposed, cutting off essential supplies. The war saw the difficulty in targeting terrorists and their weapon caches due to Gaza’s intricate network of tunnels, complicating rescue efforts for the hostages taken by Hamas.
While the war primarily centered on the Gaza Strip, it wasn’t confined to it. IDF intensified its raids in the West Bank and conducted airstrikes for the first time since the second intifada. Skirmishes with Hezbollah near the Lebanese border raised fears of a second front.