Serbian and Montenegrin journalists in Sderot and kibbutz Kissufim in the south of Israel: Hamas terrorists committed a massacre equal to ISIS

The Institute for Politics and Economy of Southeast Europe (IPESE) organized a visit of nine influential media houses from Serbia and Montenegro to the State of Israel.

Today, journalists from Serbia and Montenegro visited Kibbutz Kisufim in the far south of Israel, along the border with the Gaza Strip.

Kibbutz Kisufim, which in peacetime had about 290 inhabitants, was brutally attacked early in the morning on October 7 by Hamas terrorists.

In the terrorist action of Hamas, eight people were killed, and three probably kidnapped since the bodies were not found.

One of them is an eighty-year-old man who, according to the claims of a local resident, was handcuffed and pushed into the back seat of his car. “It is still not known if he is alive,” explained the local.

He described that the terrorists behaved like Nazis, like ISIS. “They killed and then abused the dead bodies,” he said.

A group of journalists also visited the city of Sderot, which was also the place of the fighting. Now Sderot is almost a ghost town, because most of the population has been evacuated.

In Sderot, journalists and representatives of IPESA were guests of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs, whose spokesman presented the facts regarding the conflict between the IDF and Hamas. On that occasion, videos of atrocities committed against kibbutz residents collected from security cameras and “body cam” cameras of IDF soldiers, as well as Hamas terrorists, were shown.

At this moment, according to the report of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), during the 26 days of the war, more than 1,400 Israelis were killed, including 326 soldiers, and the kidnapping of 240 people who were captured as hostages, including 30 children under the age of 18, was confirmed. As many as 250,000 Israeli civilians were evacuated from their homes in the south and north of the country.

The attack on the kibbutz on October 7 is the greatest loss of Israeli civilians in the history of Israel. The last time this many Jews were killed in one day was by the Nazis during the Holocaust.

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