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Kibbutz Nir Oz: Hamas Murdered A Grandmother, Then Posted The Murder On Her Facebook Page

Kibbutz Nir Oz: Hamas Murdered A Grandmother, Then Posted The Murder On Her Facebook Page

“A terrorist came home to her, killed her, took her phone, filmed the horror and published it on her Facebook wall. This is how we found out.”

We have been trying to document the crimes against humanity committed by Hamas and Islamic Jihad that, at latest count, killed over 1200 people in Israel. What is more striking than even the death toll is the sheer barbarity of these medieval Islamic-supremacist killers – taunting, torturing, humiliating in ways unimaginable to normal humans.

Many of the worst atrocities we at Kibbutzim (the plural for Kibbutz), communities typically involving agriculture and socialist-style collective ownership (though some have scaled that back and introducted private ownership and industry). Kibbutzim tend to be secular and left-leaning, but have very high rates of IDF service particlarly in elite combat units. It’s an Israeli military cultural thing that is the opposite of the U.S.

Because agriculture is central to many Kibbutzim, they tend to be in more rural areas, which made the sparsely populated south of Israel near the Gaza border an unsurprising geographic location. It’s why so many of the mass casualties we’ve been documenting were from border region Kibbutzim, such as Be’eri and Kfar Aza.

Kibbutz Nir Oz, also near Gaza, was another terrorist target.

Kibbutz Nir Oz suffered the similar wholesale slaughter as so many other places in Israel.

Tormenting and humiliating took on a special case at Kibbutz Nir Oz. Hamas killed a grandmother, then posted the killing on her Facebook page, which is how her daughter and granddaughter found out:

At 7 a.m. on Saturday, Mor Bayder saw a horrifying photo on her grandmother’s Facebook page.

A Hamas terrorist had broken into her grandmother’s house in kibbutz Nir Oz, murdered her, and then took a picture on her phone and uploaded it to her Facebook page.

“This is how we found out,” Bayder wrote. “My grandmother. My whole world. The light of my life.”

“Yet another example of Palestinian barbarity and cruelty,” wrote Michael Freund, chairman of Shavei Israel.

The granddaughter posted on Facebook:

My grandmother my whole world the light of my life
The pillar of my life, in my family’s life
My grandmother, a resident of Kibbutz Nir Oz all her life, was murdered yesterday in a brutal murder by a terrorist in her home
Seven in the morning, I saw the nightmare of my life.
A terrorist came home to her, killed her, took her phone, filmed the horror and published it on her Facebook wall. This is how we found out.
The purest thing in the world, the light of my life, my whole world, my grandmother, can’t make it real.
This morning I didn’t get “My dear teacher, did you get up?” “Like every morning when you were persistent not a minute after seven. And it’s not comprehended my heart is shattered to pieces
Those who know me know what she is to me, what a connection we had, what a person she is, pure and good, I love her kibbutz, her garden that she familyed and the sun set in it. Flower of mine.
Every morning he cycled to the commune to wash and fold all the clothes of the kibbutz members, he returned in the afternoon to take care of the garden that he loved more than anything. My grandmother loved life but how do we go on without you? Who am I without you? I’m not willing to talk about you in the past, it’s a nightmare of my life.
Not ready to speed any more
I love you and you know it, in every room of my heart, in every particle of my body, in every fiber of my organ.
My grandmother my flower the light of my life my whole world

The horror did not end there for the Kibbutz, a 12-year-old boy and many others were kidnapped to Gaza.

The tormenting and taunting is likely going to get much, much worse.

Urgent Advisory from the Israeli Government:

Within the next few hours, Hamas terrorists are expected to disseminate photos and videos of hostages and acts of torture across social media platforms. The Government of Israel urgently requests the following actions be taken.

1. Do not engage in sharing these images or videos under any circumstances. Doing so contributes to psychological warfare against both the State of Israel and its citizens.

2. Shield minors from exposure to this disturbing content. The images and videos are highly graphic and could induce significant emotional distress.

Your cooperation in adhering to these directives is critically important.


Sending murder videos to family members using the victim’s phone apparently is a common Hamas tactic.


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Conservative Beaner | October 10, 2023 at 8:51 pm

Hell awaits those who slaughter the innocents.

There’s terrorism and then there’s especially sadistic terrorism.

To submit to these homicidal maniacs in even the slightest way would be a toehold disastrous for the world.

“Hamas terrorist used her grandma’s Facebook to livestream his barbaric act”

Glad to see Zuckerberg assiduously policing his service for violators.

    guyjones in reply to henrybowman. | October 10, 2023 at 10:06 pm

    Yeah. I noted on another thread that it’s inconceivable to me that any of these Muslim terrorist thugs has a social media account, much less one they can upload their genocidal snuff videos to. They should all be banned, as a matter of basic policy.

    As an aside, I think there’s an incredible irony in seeing photos of these Muslim supremacists carrying smartphones and using social media to gloat about their atrocities — all technologies that were invented by non-Muslim, “infidel” westerners. They’re exploiting our inventions very effectively.

    Muslims are big on believing themselves to be part of a powerful and grand movement, but, what the hell are their substantive contemporary scientific and technological contributions?

    I suppose by their incessant attacks and violence, they’ve indirectly contributed to advancements in defense and security technology, but, you have to go back to the middle ages, when Islam had some spheres of knowledge that surpassed those in Europe, to find any modicum of positive contributions to humanity.

    InEssence in reply to henrybowman. | October 10, 2023 at 11:38 pm

    Neither Facebook nor any other service can prevent this type of activity. They are able to take it down, if it is reported.

    Evil Otto in reply to henrybowman. | October 11, 2023 at 5:51 am

    How do you stop something like this? “A terrorist came home to her, killed her, took her phone, filmed the horror and published it on her Facebook wall. This is how we found out.” They used HER PHONE. HER ACCOUNT.

The only way Israel can survive is by obliterating hamas and make sure ANYONE who wants to kill Israelis knows the same will happen to them.

    Whitewall in reply to Badger. | October 11, 2023 at 8:20 am

    The unspoken follow up is why leave the western enablers of the Gazans and their jihadist operatives unscathed? We value our liberal values in the West, but those who finance and support feral savages need their lives disrupted, their views plastered all over media and their daily lives put in turmoil. .

Today, Oct. 12th, there is a growing crescendo emanating from various NGOs hostile to Israel that Israel should restore water, power and food to Gaza and should not invade Gaza due to the humanitarian cosequences. But, these organizations have not made any demands for Hamas to release the hostages or that Hamas should be called to account for the crimes it has committed in Israel. Israel should call their bluff by declaring it will not invade Gaza and will restore humanitarian aid if (1) the hostages are immediately released without condition; (2) the bodies of all dead Israelis held by Hamas must be released; (3) the leadership of Hamas must immediately surrender to Israel and be bought to trial in Israel in the manner of Eichmann. Hamas should not be allowed to restore itself and to commit more atrocities against Israel in the future. All those who say they believe in international law will have a hard time disagreeing with these just demands.