Freed Israeli Hostage Testifies to Horrific Abuse by Hamas Captors

Amit Soussana, a recently freed Israeli hostage, has come forward with shocking testimony detailing the heinous abuse she endured at the hands of her Hamas captors. Soussana’s harrowing account sheds light on the depths of depravity exhibited by the terrorist organization.

During her 55-day captivity, Soussana was subjected to unimaginable cruelties, including rape at gunpoint. This act of sexual violence was just one of the many forms of physical and psychological torment she endured. The terror cadres responsible for her captivity repeatedly beat and humiliated her, leaving an indelible mark on her spirit.

The revelation of Soussana’s ordeal serves as a stark reminder of the disturbing reality that Hamas, despite its support from certain factions, is an organization steeped in violence and cruelty. It challenges the narratives propagated by Hamas apologists found across the left, including in the media.

The New York Times faced internal backlash when it published a story highlighting Hamas’ sexual violence, while left-wing website the Intercept ran a campaign in defense of the terrorist group. Even former Bernie Sanders aide Briahna Joy Gray cast doubt on the crimes committed by Hamas, disingenuously attacking Israel for its handling of the allegations.

In a recently surfaced video, Rep. Jamaal Bowman, known for his controversial statements, was seen shouting at a rally, dismissing the reports of Hamas’ sexual atrocities. Such denial only serves to perpetuate the suffering endured by victims like Soussana.

The United Nations, despite its institutional antisemitism, confirmed the reports of sexual violence perpetrated by Hamas on October 7, albeit with an unconscionable delay. These crimes should not be up for debate, as they are a clear violation of human rights.

The left’s attempts to downplay or normalize Hamas, along with the support shown by US elected officials like Chuck Schumer and President Joe Biden, highlight a concerning alignment with an organization responsible for such heinous acts.

Author: CrimeDoor

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  1. For readers interested in learning more about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the experiences of hostages, I would recommend checking out the book “Hostage: A Year at Gunpoint with Somali Pirates” by Paul and Rachel Chandler. This gripping memoir provides a firsthand account of the Chandlers’ 388-day captivity and sheds light on the psychological and physical challenges faced by hostages. It offers valuable insights into the complexities of hostage situations and the impact they have on individuals and their families.

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