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Hamas Video: Hostage Noa Argamani Forced to Say Yossi Sharabi and Itai Svirsky are Dead

Hamas Video: Hostage Noa Argamani Forced to Say Yossi Sharabi and Itai Svirsky are Dead

Psychological terrorism. Nothing can be confirmed because no one can believe anything coming from Hamas.

Psychological terrorism.

Hamas released a video supposedly confirming that Yossi Sharabi, 53, and Itai Svirsky, 38, are dead and Noa Argamani, 26, is still alive.

I say supposedly because no one can ever believe anything coming from Hamas. I guarantee Argamani said all of this by force.

I am not linking to the video:

“I was located in a building,” Argamani said in the Hamas video. “It was bombed by an IDF airstrike, an F16 fighter jet. Three rockets were fired. Two of the rockets exploded, and the other didn’t. We were in the building with Al Qassam soldiers and three hostages: Myself, Noa Argamani, Itai Svirsky, and Yossef Sharabi.

“After the building we were in was hit, we were all buried under rubble. Al Qassam soldiers saved my life, and Itai’s, unfortunately, we were not able to save Yossi’s.

“After many days…two nights, Itai and I were relocated to another place. While we were being transported, Itai was hit by an IDF airstrike. He did not survive.”

Hamas has a track record of engaging in psychological warfare.

“Itai Svirsky and Yossi Sharabi,” Argamani added in the video. “They died because of our own IDF airstrikes. Stop this madness and bring us home to our families. While we are still alive, bring us home.”

Hamas first teased the video on Sunday.

On Monday morning, Hamas continued the tease by making it into a video game. I’m not kidding.

“All killed? Some killed, some injured? Still alive? Tonight we will inform you of their fate.”

Disgusting and evil people.


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Lucifer Morningstar | January 15, 2024 at 1:47 pm

Tell me again why Hamas deserves a “cease fire”? Why there should be a “two-state” solution? Nope. Nope. Wipe these MFers off the face of the earth along with their arab terrorist supporters. To do less will mean Israel will have to do this all over again in the future. Finish the job now and there might just be a chance for peace in the middle east.

    JohnSmith100 in reply to Lucifer Morningstar. | January 15, 2024 at 4:43 pm

    How about capturing families of terrorist leaders, or outright assassination?

    Hamas deserves a cease fire. Under these conditions:

    Hamas surrenders unconditionally
    All Hamas leadership (as defined by Israel) must turn themselves in to the IDF for prosecution
    Hamas must surrender all its weapons, ammunitions, construction materials, and supplies of every sort (which would likely include humanitarian supplies meant for the people of Gaza)

    These are the conditions under which war was waged against Germany and Japan. Why should Israel be asked settle for any lesser conditions? Hamas wants a cease fire only because it sees it is losing the shooting war (it would certainly have zero interest in a cease fire if it believed it was winning). Tell them to admit they’ve lost (i.e., surrender), and they can have a cease fire. Tell them they should do it for the people of Gaza (an opportunity for Hamas to actually demonstrate the concern they claim to have for them).

    texansamurai in reply to Lucifer Morningstar. | January 15, 2024 at 5:30 pm

    Finish the job now and there might just be a chance for peace in the middle east.

    agree–it really needs to reach the point where supporters and especially financiers, both in the me and across the globe, are forced to ask themselves ” is it worth MY LIFE and the lives of my family to support / help these terrorist bastards ? “

Subotai Bahadur | January 15, 2024 at 3:49 pm

In this kind of hostage situation, in the absence of evidence that specific hostages are alive [in which case you try to free them] operationally you have to assume that they have been killed by the enemy unless new evidence otherwise arises.

For those hostages who are dead, vengeance along with destroying the entire structure that took them becomes the goal.

Subotai Bahadur

The pure evil of the European dhimmi and American Dhimmi-crat reprobates who are gleefully and openly supporting these genocide-aspiring, sadistic, Muslim terrorist savages is glaringly apparent. They’re as vile as the terrorists, themselves, because they grant them alleged moral legitimacy, praise and political support.

The contention that Arab Muslim “Palestinian” terrorism is allegedly a legitimate form of “resistance” to alleged oppression and “colonization” by Israeli Jews is a notion that is as manifestly stupid and dishonest, as it is evil.

What these reprobates really mean to say — but, lack the honesty to openly state — is that Jews are undeserving of living in their ancestral homeland, where they’ve resided for millennia before the supremacist, totalitarian, belligerent, hate-filled and pathology-laden ideology of “Submission” was founded.

Israeli Jews are deemed to be guilty of the “crime” of resisting Islamic belligerence and genocidal aspirations against them — that’s what upsets the dhimmis and Dhimmi-crats.

    JohnSmith100 in reply to guyjones. | January 15, 2024 at 4:33 pm

    The pale state is one big welfare scam, stop all food and water, let evolution take its course. Why does this remind me of our inner cities?

      Cutting off food and water to the Palestinian territories so that innocent men, women and children die, isn’t “evolution.”

      It’s murder.

        DaveGinOly in reply to alien. | January 15, 2024 at 5:43 pm

        No it’s not. It’s inhuman, but it’s not murder. Nobody but what passes for a Palestinian government has any responsibility for keeping the people of Gaza alive. Neglecting the plight of the Gazans allows them to die only because of the failure of their own government to act in the Gazan’s best interests.

        CountMontyC in reply to alien. | January 15, 2024 at 6:16 pm

        They are at war. Israel is under no obligation to supply Gaza with diddly squat. It is the Gazan government that should be looking after the Gazan civilians. That the Gazan government is Hamas and it is failing in in it’s duties to it’s population is not Israel’s fault.

          Subotai Bahadur in reply to CountMontyC. | January 15, 2024 at 6:43 pm

          Noting that siege warfare is part of warfare, and we were not allowing shipments of anything into Germany or Japan during WW-Twice. Especially since the Palestinian Authority would have no qualms about siege warfare if the situation were reversed.

          Subotai Bahadur

          I was replying specifically to this:

          JohnSmith100 in reply to guyjones. | January 15, 2024 at 4:33 pm

          The pale state is one big welfare scam, stop all food and water, let evolution take its course.

          Milhouse in reply to CountMontyC. | January 16, 2024 at 12:14 am

          I was replying specifically to this:

          Yes, what about it? Why is it Israel’s responsibility to feed its enemies? Let Hamas feed them.

          Also, there are no innocent civilians there. They’re all nazis. (With the insignificant exception of babies too young to have been indoctrinated yet; but if they survive they are guaranteed to become nazis too.) Even those who don’t support Hamas, support PIJ or Fatah instead. None of them think what Hamas is doing is wrong.

          But even supposing there were any innocents, well, there were certainly innocent Germans but we didn’t care about them, did we? So how is this different?

        alien in reply to alien. | January 16, 2024 at 7:41 am

        Was that sarcasm, Milhouse? It sure reads like sarcasm.

I believe 90% of all the hostages left in Gaza are dead

Including Americans that Biden and the media could care less about

Maybe Biden could give the terrorists 6 billion a hostage.. sounds about right

I wouldn’t believe a word from any hostage while. Under guard. I hope the best and fear the worst about the hostages