Warning: Disturbing images and graphic language in this article.
My colleague Brandon Morse wrote an article Friday titled, “Evil Is Real and It Needs to Be Dealt With.” In my mind, the terror group/political operation Hamas should be considered one of the worst examples of evil in our world, and they proved it once again by releasing a propaganda video Sunday showing three hostages they took during their Oct. 7 terror attacks.
One of the hostages is Noa Argamani, who was brutally hauled away on a motorcycle from the Supernova music festival in heartbreaking footage seen around the world. “Don’t kill me!” she was heard screaming.
Over 360 people were massacred at the site.
99 days of terror— Azzat Alsalem (@AzzatAlsaalem) January 13, 2024
99 days since Noa Argamani was kidnapped
99 days in the hands of murderers and rapists
99 days when her sick mother wonders if she will see her daughter again
Noah and the 136 abducted to Gaza must return home
The latest twisted video released by Hamas is designed to further brutalize the psyches of the hostages and their pained families:
Argamani, 26, and fellow hostages Yossi Sharabi, 53, and Itai Svirsky, 38, were seen for the first time since their kidnapping on Oct. 7 in the video released by the terror group.
It was unclear when the video was filmed.
But as with other hostage videos released by Hamas, the trio are seen introducing themselves and pleading the Israeli government to do whatever they can to ensure their safe return.
BREAKING— Hamas Atrocities (@HamasAtrocities) January 14, 2024
New Hamas released video showing three hostages
Noa Argamani is ALIVE ❤️
Yoshi Sharabi is ALIVE ❤️
Itay Svirski is ALIVE ❤️
I am only posting the first seconds. Not showing the pure propaganda parts#BringThemHomeNow pic.twitter.com/w3U5qKSuM2
The sadistic terrorists end the video with a disturbing teaser: “Tomorrow we will inform you of their Fate” and then the message, “Your Government is Lying.”
It is estimated that more than 130 hostages are still held in Gaza, although an undetermined number are presumed dead.
Making matters even sadder, Noa’s mother has terminal brain cancer and only wishes to see her daughter before she passes.
Liora Argamani, the mother of Noa Argamani, who was abducted at the 'Nova' festival in Ra'im, arrived at the "100 days of hell" demonstration and took the stage to give a speech in front of thousands of people who came to support the families of the abductees: "I hope I can see… pic.twitter.com/RIhzTjRW2m— Agencia AJN (@AgenciaAJN) January 14, 2024
“I hope I can see her before my last day”.
Liora Armani, who is in advanced stages of cancer and uses a wheelchair, called for the early release of her daughter so that she could see her before her condition worsens.
As we watch the world erupt in anti-Israel protests, one can’t help but wonder — why are these demonstrators not calling for Hamas to release the hostages? Why do they never condemn the savagery of Oct. 7? What they did and continue to do is inhuman, yet these flag-wavers with their smoke bombs never seem to mention the evil that is being well-documented right before their eyes.