Father-son Hamas terrorists casually describe taking turns raping Israeli woman, then executing her

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Bone-chilling new footage shows a Hamas terrorist and his teenage son casually telling Israeli interrogators how they took turns raping a woman, then executed her during the October 7 terror rampage.

Jamal Hussein Ahmad Radi, 47, and his son, Abdallah, 18, were seized by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in the Gaza Strip this spring and subsequently questioned about the terror attack, The Daily Mail revealed.

Jamal described finding a woman who was “screaming” and “crying” in a house at Kibbutz Nir Oz, a community near the Israel-Gaza border.

“I did what I did, I raped her,” he said nonchalantly.

“I threatened her with my gun to take her clothes off, I remember she was wearing jean shorts, that’s about it.”

Jamal claimed he did not know what happened to the woman after the rape, but his teen son told the interrogator that his father killed the desperate victim.

“My father raped her, then I did and then my cousin did and then we left but my father killed the woman after we finished raping her,” Abdallah said in his own interview tape.

In the footage, Jamal was handcuffed and dressed in a gray tracksuit while sitting in front of an Israeli flag.

“In each house where we found someone, we either killed them or kidnapped them,” he said.

Of the 400 residents of Kibbutz Nir Oz, at least 20 were killed on October 7 and 80 were kidnapped.

Jamal appeared unfazed as he explained in horrifying detail how he entered one home and killed the couple who were hiding inside.

“In the first house, I found a woman and her husband, and we hit them with fire and killed them … they were in their late 40s,” he recalled.

The chilling videos of Jamal and Abdallah’s interviews quickly went around on social media, where disgusted viewers noted how casually both men discussed the atrocities.

Heidi Bachram — whose in-laws were killed and abducted in the October 7 attack — wrote on X that Jamal was a “sociopath”.

The father and son’s interviews were released shortly after the Hostages and Missing Families Forum shared sickening body camera footage of Hamas terrorists gloating over the blood-spattered faces of five female Israeli soldiers.

In the video, the terrorists could be heard making plans to sexually assault the women.

“Here are the girls who can get pregnant,” one of the gunmen said.

The bloodied soldiers were identified as Liri Albag, Karina Ariev, Agam Berger, Daniella Gilboa and Naama Levy.

All five are still being held by Hamas in the Gaza Strip, the Hostages and Missing Families forum said.

Moshe Tur-Paz, of Israel’s centrist Yesh Atid party, said the body camera video should galvanise the government to bring the remaining hostages home after over seven months of war.

“I agree it’s a wake-up call because I think the Israeli government isn’t doing enough to return the hostages,” Mr Tur-Paz told reporters at an event at Jerusalem Press Club headquarters in Jerusalem.

“It should be doing more. And I’ll say it politically — I think the Israeli government is held hostage itself by the extreme right of Israel,” he added.

The October 7 attack and the ensuing Israel-Hamas war have highlighted major divides in Israeli politics, particularly between more centrist or left-leaning leaders and the right-wing faction steered by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

“There’s no easy way to put it. We need to (release) a few thousand of the terrorists today in our prisons. And we need to agree to a part — not full — stop of the war in order to return those hostages that are alive,” Mr Tur-Paz insisted.

“We’ll bring back the sense of security to people and give our enemies the understanding that it’s not really good to mess with Israel.”

Dan Illouz, of Netanyahu’s Likud party, said the video should bolster Israel’s mission to wipe Hamas off the face of the Earth.

“We really saw the face of evil revealed,” Mr Illouz said of the video. “It was very clear for us that the only way we can then respond is to eradicate that evil.

“I myself don’t agree that we should make some concession that would endanger our ability to defeat Hamas, because I think that this is an existential question that we need to address, and the best way to release hostages will be through military pressure.

“It’s not an easy sentence to say, because as I say it, my heart wrenches. I want the hostages home. It’s not something that’s easy to say, but I have to say it out of national responsibility.”

He also noted that Hamas has made Israel’s position “very easy” by rejecting “the most generous offers put on the table”.

“It’s not as if we’re even arguing about an actual offer that was put on the table,” he pointed out.

This article originally appeared on NY Post and was reproduced with permission

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