Israel has revealed documents it says belong to Hamas which suggest the terrorists had planned to ‘systematically rape women’.
The documents allegedly belonging to the terror group contain an Arabic-Hebrew glossary with sexual terminology including ‘take your pants off’.
Israel shared some 50 translations on its official X account and claims the statements within the pages are ‘evidence’ of Hamas war crimes.
They captioned the post with a ‘disturbing’ trigger warning and wrote: ‘On Nov 2, an Arabic-Hebrew transliteration glossary belonging to Hamas was discovered in Israel with sexual terminology, including “take your pants off”.
‘This evidence suggests that Hamas terrorists planned to systematically rape Israeli women. This is a war crime. #BelieveIsraeliWomen.’
Israel has revealed documents it claims belong to Hamas which suggest the terror group had planned to ‘systematically’ rape women
Israeli partygoers flee from the Nova festival in southern Israel as Hamas terrorists fire attacks on October 7
A picture taken in a house in the Nir Oz kibbutz on October 31 shows a bloody hand print on the wall after the October 7 attack
According to an individual who commented on the post, another translation on the pages reads: ‘How do I drive a tank’.
One horrifying witness testimony from the October 7 attacks reported Hamas terrorists gang-raping an Israeli woman before shooting her in the back of the head while he was still having sex with her.
Israel’s Lahav 433, a crime-fighting umbrella organisation known as the ‘Israeli FBI’, has been working to gather evidence of sexual assaults during the incursion.
The investigations are part of the force’s effort to prosecute Hamas terrorists who were captured during the attack on October 7, which left more than 1,400 Israelis dead.
While gathering evidence, Lahav 433 also took testimony from a woman who said she witnessed the gang-rape and murder of another young woman.
Haaretz reports the witness told officers of how she watched the shocking attack unfold as she hid from Hamas gunmen wearing military uniforms.
‘As I am hiding, I see in the corner of my eye that [a terrorist] is raping her,’ the witness told investigators. ‘They bent her over and I realised they were raping her and simply passing her on to the next [gunman].’
The witness says the victim was ‘alive’ and ‘on her feet and bleeding from her back. But then the situation was that he was pulling her hair. She had long, brown hair.’
The woman told officers one of the Hamas gunmen ‘shot her in the head while he was raping her… didn’t even lift his pants’.
Her testimony has been reported in a number of Israeli news outlets. It was one of thousands of pieces of evidence gathered by the police.
Another male witness said he didn’t see the rape itself, but confirmed the other witness told him at the time what she had seen.
Prior to the recent testimony, reports of sexual violence carried out by Hamas terrorists were based on testimonies from first responders, who arrived in settlements on October 7 in the aftermath of the attacks.
Once there, they said they found bodies of naked women, with signs of abuse.
Zaka rescue and recovery personnel, the ultra-Orthodox volunteer organisation that helped to retrieve and identify bodies, have detailed a number of atrocities, including sex attacks.
It comes after an Arabic copy of Hitler’s Nazi manifesto ‘Mein Kampf’ was found in a children’s bedroom used as a terror base in northern Gaza, the Israeli President said yesterday.
IDF forces operating in northern Gaza made the shocking discovery on the body of a terrorist in a civilian home, being used as a Hamas base, President Isaac Herzog told the BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg.
The family home had also housed explosives laboratories, and represented further proof of Hamas’s terrorist activity in the heart of the civilian population in Gaza, he said.
President Herzog made the revelation in an interview on the BBC, in which he held up the book
Destroyed houses are seen in kibbutz Kfar Aza on October 27, in the wake of Hamas’s attack. Israel ‘s Lahav 433, a crime-fighting umbrella organisation known as the ‘Israeli FBI ‘, has been working to gather evidence of sexual assaults during the incursion
The anti-Semitic and partly autobiographical tract, written by Hitler in 1925, was among the personal belongings of one of the terrorists and included notes in the margins, highlighted sections, and annotated post-it notes.
President Herzog said: ‘This is Adolf Hitler’s book, Mein Kampf, translated into Arabic.
‘This is the book that led to the Holocaust and the book that led to World War II. This book was found a few days ago in northern Gaza.
‘In a child’s room, which became a base used for terrorist activities by the terrorist organization Hamas.
‘The terrorist wrote notes, marked the sections, and studied again and again, the ideology of Adolf Hitler to hate the Jews, to kill the Jews, to burn and slaughter Jews wherever they are. This is the real war we are facing.’
In response to reports about the desperate humanitarian crisis in northern Gaza, the Herzog stressed, ‘There is a lot of spin by Hamas. There is electricity in Shifa [hospital], everything is operating.
‘We’re speaking to the managers. We haven’t gone into Shifa where unfortunately underneath Shifa, there is a huge, huge terror base, actually the headquarters, the headquarters of the Hamas-ISIS operations is right there under Shifa.
‘Now exactly what are we supposed to do? Leave it as is and then in a few years time go again through the same motions – and you will say it’s disproportionate and we will have civilians being killed?
‘So we are calling on all of those uninvolved to go out to another hospital nearby, and we’re coordinating it very delicately with all forces around that place. Hamas is stopping them.’