Chilling new Hamas video shows terrorists shooting at revellers10/19/2023
Chilling new Hamas dashcam video shows terrorists taking potshots and firing at fleeing revellers from machine gun-mounted truck during festival massacre
- Video shows Hamas gunmen ruthlessly shooting fleeing revellers one by one
Within seconds of Hamas terrorists seeing hundreds of terrified Israeli festivalgoers running for their lives across a field, the gunmen ruthlessly shot them one by one without hesitation, sickening new footage shows.
Chilling dashcam footage, taken from a terrorists’ truck, shows the rampaging gunmen driving along a road, covered with the bodies of their already slain victims and their bullet-riddled cars, and unleashing more horrors that defy belief.
It was here that the gunmen, their ears pricking at the sound of crackling gunfire up ahead, saw hundreds of screaming youngsters running across the next field from the Supernova festival where they had seen their friends shot dead by Hamas terrorists.
Without hesitation, two gunmen raised their assault rifles and began firing shots one after the other at the fleeing revellers. Within seconds, dozens of other terrorists jumped out of the pickup trucks and began taking potshots at their victims.
Some fire from a machine gun-mounted truck, while one gunman jumps onto the bonnet of a slain victim’s abandoned car to be able to shoot over the trees at the screaming revellers, mowing them down one by one with their hail of bullets.
The sickening sound of gunshots quickly fills the air and continues for 40 seconds – the terrorists unrelenting in their savagery. Apparently deciding that there were no more victims to shoot, the gunmen are seen turning back to their trucks before the video cuts out.
The latest nightmarish footage, shared by South First Responders on Telegram, gives yet more detail of how the massacre that left 260 dead unfolded on October 7.
Within seconds of Hamas terrorists seeing hundreds of terrified Israeli festivalgoers running for their lives across a field, the gunmen ruthlessly shot them one by one without hesitation, sickening new footage shows
Without hesitation, two gunmen raised their assault rifles and began firing shots one after the other at the fleeing revellers
Within seconds, the dozens of other terrorists jumped out of the pickup trucks and began taking potshots at their victims
Moments before they had launched this particular attack on their victims, many of whom were in their twenties or early thirties, the gunmen had already shot dead scores of revellers who had tried to flee the massacre in their cars.
The dashcam footage shows the terrorists drive through the carnage that they had unleashed. They drive past two victims who had been ruthlessly shot in the head lying next to their bullet-riddled car, their blood now covering the tarmac.
Further on, two cars are seen on fire, only the charred remains remain. A suitcase lies discarded in the middle of the road.
Many of the abandoned cars that line the street stand with their front doors still open in a sign of how the desperate revellers tried to flee on foot after they saw the gunmen begin opening fire at their vehicles. In one harrowing scene, the body of a man is seen lying next to a car as Hamas terrorists stand over him.
Survivors have told how they ran through that open field as the terrorists mowed down their friends and other revellers with bursts of automatic gunfire. Many of the victims were shot in the back as they ran.
What was supposed to be an all-night rave quickly turned into the scene of a massacre during one of the bloodiest days in Israel’s history.
As the young revellers danced, they didn’t see the black-clad paragliders descending on the fields surrounding the festival with their grenades and machine guns. But they soon heard the sound of air raid sirens and saw the rockets streak overhead.
And then the gunfire started. And then the screams.
Many of the revellers, including Maya Alper, 25, jumped into their cars and raced to the main road. But it was at the intersection that she saw crowds of panicked festivalgoers, shouting at the drivers to turn around.
The dashcam footage shows the terrorists drive through the carnage that they had unleashed. They drive past two victims who had been ruthlessly shot in the head lying next to their bullet-riddled car, their blood now covering the tarmac
Further on, two cars are seen on fire, only the charred remains remain. A suitcase lies discarded in the middle of the road
The latest nightmarish footage, shared by South First Responders on Telegram, gives yet more detail of how the massacre that left 260 dead unfolded on October 7
It was here that the gunmen, their ears pricking at the sound of crackling gunfire up ahead, saw hundreds of screaming youngsters running across the next field from the Supernova festival where they had seen their friends shot dead by Hamas terrorists
An aerial picture shows the abandoned site of the October 7 attack on the Supernova desert music Festival
An Israeli officer walks on the ground of the Super Nova Festival in Re’im, Israel, on Tuesday. Festivalgoers left their belongings and fled from Hamas terrorists
Israeli army soldiers search the remains of a torched vehicle for forensic evidence at the site of the October 7 attack on the Supernova desert music festival
They heard more gunshots and then saw panicked men and women staggering down the road just in front of her fell to the ground in pools of blood.
It was at this moment, hundreds of the young revellers sprinted for their lives. But as the latest video released today shows, eager Hamas terrorists lay in wait ready to unleash a hail of bullets at their fleeing bodies.
‘We were hiding and running, hiding and running, in an open field — the worst place you could possibly be in that situation,’ said Arik Nani, from Tel Aviv, who had gone to the festival to celebrate his 26th birthday.
‘For a country where everyone in these circles knows everyone, this is a trauma like I could never imagine.’
As the carnage unfolded before her, Alper pulled a few disoriented-looking revellers into her car from the street and accelerated in the opposite direction.
One of them said he had lost his wife in the chaos and Alper had to stop him from breaking out of the car to find her. Another said she had just seen Hamas gunmen shoot and kill her best friend. Another rocked in his seat, murmuring over and over, ‘We are going to die.’
In the rear-view mirror, Alper watched the dance floor where she had spent the past ecstatic hours transform into a giant cloud of black smoke.
Festival-goers who managed to make it to the road and parking lot where their vehicles were parked found themselves trapped in a traffic jam, with the terrorists stalking the cars and spraying those inside with gunfire.
Alper told how she saw a gunman shout ‘God is Great’ just metres away from her as she drove. She and her new companions sprinted out of the car and sprinted through the open field towards bushes on the other side.
Alper felt a bullet whiz past her left ear. Aware the gunmen would outrun her, she plunged into a tangle of shrubs.
Peering through thorns, she said she saw one of her passengers, the girl who had lost her friend, shriek and collapse as a gunman stood over her limp body, grinning.
‘I can’t even explain the energy they (the terrorists) had. It was so clear they didn’t see us as human beings,’ she said. ‘They looked at us with pure, pure hate.’
Videos show the gunmen executed some of the wounded at point-blank range as they crouched on the ground. Some of the militants even rifled through the vehicles of their victims, grabbing purses and backpacks.
Terrified partygoers were seen fleeing the festival on foot, running across the sand, trying to jump into cars as Hamas terrorists fired shots
Israelis could be heard shouting, running, and hurriedly getting into cars as they attempt to escape
Student Noa Argamini, 25, was filmed screaming ‘don’t kill me’ as she was dragged away from the Nova festival by laughing Hamas gunmen
Dashcam catches the moment a gunman lets off a flurry of bullets from his automatic rifle sending dust flying around his terrified victim
Seconds later he drags his helpless victim by the collar across the frame and off to an unknown fate as another festival-goer pretends to be dead behind a car
Another armed fanatic is caught by the dashcam as he looks for victims in the festival car park
Within the festival site, the gunmen, brandishing AK-47 assault rifles and rocket-propelled grenades, opened fire on those still there. Others waited near bomb shelters, gunning down people who were seeking refuge.
Israeli communities on either side of the festival grounds also came under attack, with Hamas gunmen abducting dozens of men, women and children — including elderly and disabled people — and killing scores of others in the unprecedented surprise attack.
Israel say 203 people have been taken hostage since the attack, many of them from the festival. The terrorists published harrowing videos showing the gunmen dragging screaming mothers and their young children towards waiting trucks before driving them away from their neighbourhoods.
Among the videos was one that showed student Noa Argamini, 25, screaming ‘don’t kill me’ as she was dragged away from the Nova festival by laughing Hamas gunmen. Her whereabouts is unknown
For over six hours, thousands of festivalgoers hid without help from the Israeli army as Hamas militants sprayed automatic gunfire and threw grenades. Dashcam footage from an abandoned car shows how a reveller was spotted as he hid.
Cowering on the ground behind a vehicle, he is approached by a terrorist and executed. Moments earlier another terrorist had fired at an injured reveller before marching him off at gunpoint.
Chilling video showed the terrified revellers hiding in the undergrowth, desperately trying to avoid the hail of bullets from Hamas gunmen.
Survivors of the attack posted clips showing them crawling under bushes and recording hushed farewell messages to their loved ones as they watched victims get slaughtered.
Many lay petrified for more than five hours as the killing carried on around them, only emerging when they heard security forces speaking in Hebrew.
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