On Friday, Israel War Room released an audio clip allegedly capturing Hamas terrorists’ conversation during their recent attack on Israel.
Israeli soldiers inspect a severely damaged house in Kibbutz Beeri, southern Israel, following a deadly attack by Hamas gunmen from the Gaza Strip. (Photo: Reuters)
The audio clip shared by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) on Friday purportedly captures a conversation among Hamas terrorists on October 7, the day of a surprise attack from the Gaza Strip into Israel.
In the recording, one of the Hamas operatives expresses frustration, saying, “The b***s live happily, and we are displaced. I will curse their honor one by one. Move forward… whoever is caught, kill him.” The operative also makes threats, swearing to destroy their enemies.
There are further disturbing statements, such as an instruction to “go outside” and use profanities. Gunshots can be heard in the background, adding to the tense atmosphere. The conversation concludes with a mention of children wanting to speak with their parents and say goodbye.
Additionally, the IDF released another audio recording on Thursday, which revealed a Hamas terrorist boasting about killing people with his own hands, including a Jewish woman and her husband.
These audio clips are part of the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, which escalated after the rocket attacks on October 7, resulting in civilian casualties. Israel responded with military actions against Hamas targets in Gaza.