Hamas terrorists kidnapped an Israeli student while she was partying to celebrate the end of the Jewish holiday Sukkot.
The distressing and upsetting video was released by her family.
Noa Argamani, 25, was at a rave when terrorists opened fire and launched rockets into the crowd.
Argamani is then carted away on a Palestinian gunman’s motorcycle as she screams, “Don’t kill me! No, no, no,” while her boyfriend stands helpless.
The New York Post reported:
Video of the brutal kidnapping circulated throughout social media.
Nathan’s brother Moshe Or reported him as missing, later emergency teams notified him of the video of his and Argamani’s kidnapping.
“We were worried and tried to call. His phone was unavailable and so was hers,” Israel National News reported.
“I can’t imagine what’s going through her mind – screaming in panic, when some scumbags are holding her and not letting her go,” Or said.
Argamani is “such a lovely, positive woman” who “loves to travel,” her college roommate Amir Moadi said.
Moadi said Argamani, an Israeli student who recently returned from a trip to Sri Lanka, is an only child and her parents are “in shock and can’t even speak” after she was kidnapped.
Other footage appears to show Argamani in Gaza.
Video of Argamani’s brutal kidnapping circulated throughout social media.
Below is the timeline of how we got here:
2005: Israel unilaterally withdraws from the Gaza Strip over three decades after winning the territory from Egypt in the Six-Day War.
2006: Terrorist group Hamas wins a Palestinian legislative election.
2007: Hamas seizes control of Gaza in a civil war.
2008: Israel launches military offensive against Gaza after Palestinian terrorists fired rockets into the town of Sderot.
2023: Hamas launches the biggest attack on Israel in 50 years.
Over 300 Israelis are dead and at least 1,500 injured with the death toll expected to rise after Hamas terrorists fired thousands of rockets and sent dozens of militants into Israeli towns.
Hamas terrorists were seen taking female hostages and parading them down the street in horrifying videos.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced “We are at war” and vowed Hamas would pay “a price it has never known.”
Gaza health officials report at least 230 Palestinians have been killed with over 1,700 injured.
Israel suffered over 300 deaths and nearly 1,600 wounded in a surprise attack from Hamas that was the worst onslaught the country has faced in 50 years.
The number of Israeli nationals held captive by Hamas is “unprecedented, IDF spokesman Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus told CNN.
“These are extremely disturbing scenes for any Israeli to see. I don’t even want to imagine what the fate of this Israeli person will be at the hands of these blood-thirsty animals,” Lt. Col. Conricus said.
A Hamas spokesman claimed that the number of Israeli hostages taken is “many times greater than what Netanyahu thinks.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to take “mighty vengeance” against Hamas.