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October 7th: Video Shows Hamas Terrorists Burning Israelis with Kerosene

Apr 10, 2024
October 7th: Video Shows Hamas Terrorists Burning Israelis with Kerosene

A Gruesome Act Of Violence

According to a video circulating online, Palestinians killed and burned the bodies of Israeli civilians with kerosene during the October 7th massacre. The disturbing footage has been confirmed as genuine, intensifying calls for justice and accountability.

The video, which recently surfaced online, showcases the heinous acts committed by Palestinian perpetrators who breached Israeli territory on October 7th. Over 1,000 individuals, including civilians of all ages, fell victim to the brutal assault, marking a dark chapter in the ongoing conflict.

Hamas terrorists targeted civilians, including children, women, and older people, in a brutal act of violence. The video also shows civilians being murdered inside a car before their bodies are set ablaze with kerosene.

Expert Warns of Continued Hostility from Palestinian Authority and Hamas

In a recent interview on 103FM radio, Israeli expert Zvi Yehezkeli delivered a stark warning about the enduring hostility of the Palestinian Authority (PA) and Hamas towards Israel. Yehezkeli also emphasized the need for continued vigilance before and after the conflict is over.

Renowned for his understanding of the Middle East’s political dynamics, Yehezkeli expressed worry that despite some initial successes in the conflict, there hasn’t been a clear victory against Hamas, and Israeli hostages haven’t been freed. He warned against feeling too comfortable, emphasizing that the conflict lasted longer than expected.

Additionally, Yehezkeli expressed concerns about how the United States is approaching the current situation, fearing that it could harm Israel’s security. Drawing attention to the ideological alignment between the PA and Hamas, Yehezkeli pointed out that textbooks obtained from Gaza by IDF reservists revealed no substantive differences between those used by the PA and Hamas. This shows the deep-rooted animosity towards Israel by both entities.

Shifting Perspectives

Yehezkeli also talked about how Arab countries are seeing recent events. While Saudi Arabia and the UAE are staying out of it, Jordan and Egypt are paying more attention, especially to Israeli protests and American pressure.

Yehezkeli warned that if Israel looks weak, it might make its enemies more confident, so it’s crucial to stay alert during these tense times. When asked how the Western world can deal with the challenges Hamas and its supporters continuously present, Yehezkeli suggested a more detailed strategy that focuses on communicating with Iran, including an understanding of the complex relationships between the United States and top allies like Jordan.

Preventing Ideological Confrontation

Expanding on the broader implications of the conflict, Yehezkeli warned about the escalating cultural clash between Islam and the West. Citing waves of migration and cultural friction, he warned of the far-reaching consequences of ideological differences.

In his concluding remarks, Yehezkeli stated that there should be proactive measures to safeguard against external threats and ensure Israel’s security in the face of mounting challenges. He warned that the cultural clash extends beyond the Middle East, citing examples of societal tensions and demographic shifts in regions as far as Michigan.

Secretary Blinken Urges Hamas to Accept Truce Proposal

Meanwhile, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken stated that the recent Israel proposal is sufficient and Hamas should accept it. He added that Hamas’s hesitation reflects its disregard for the people of Gaza. According to reports, the proposal includes a six-week ceasefire and the release of 40 hostages held by militants in exchange for 900 Palestinian prisoners from Israeli jails, including some serving long sentences for terrorism-related offenses.