Captive plea to Netanyahu: ‘You promised to free us all; we bear your failure’

More details emerge from what happened on October 7

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. (Photo: Twitter/X)
TEL AVIV – On Saturday, the Israeli newspaper, Yedioth Ahronoth, released a comprehensive report that shed new light on what happened on October 7, 2023.اضافة اعلان

According to Yedioth Ahronoth, in the early hours of October 7, Al-Qassam broke through Israel’s security barriers surrounding Gaza, Khaberni reported.

On that day, Hamas launched rockets from Gaza into southern Israel, reaching as far north as Tel Aviv. The resistance claimed to have launched a total of 5,000 rockets. In addition to the rockets, Hamas sent fighters on motorbikes, on foot, and even by hang glider into Israeli towns, including a music festival. The fighters took several Israeli civilians, some of whom, as of now, are still in captivity.

On October 30, Hamas released a video in which an Israeli captive addressed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, saying, “You promised to free us all. Instead, we bear your political and military failure."

Hamas spokesperson Khaled Qaddoumi emphasized that all the events were in response to “all the atrocities the Palestinians have faced over the decades” and called on the international community to “stop atrocities in Gaza, against Palestinian people, [and] our holy sites like Al-Aqsa Mosque. All these things are the reason behind starting this battle.”

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