A blood-stained pillow and a bullet-riddled cot – Israeli volunteers tearfully recounted the horrors of cleaning up a little boy’s bedroom.
Traumatized rescue workers face the harrowing task of clearing and clearing Israeli border towns and villages devastated by the Hamas massacres on October 7.
The Zaka emergency workers were the first to enter the burnt, bloody and destroyed kibbutzim after they were liberated from Hamas monsters.
Immediately afterwards, they described scenes of unimaginable horror inside – and now they are part of the effort to eliminate those horrors.
A Videoreleased by the Israeli government, shows the volunteers going from house to house removing the worst evidence of Hamas’ crimes.
“Three generations were murdered here,” a volunteer says as the camera films them frantically scrubbing blood from the walls of a house.
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“Grandmother, father and nine month old baby.”
“That’s the baby’s pillow from his bed,” he said, holding up the bloody object before pointing to the bullet hole in the crib.
When asked how they were feeling, another man, holding back tears, said the last month of work had been “very difficult.”
“[We] Come in every time and try to understand what happened, what happened to that boy, that little boy… who was murdered with such cruelty.
He continued: “What they did to him you can see here in the ruins. It’s just unimaginable, it’s very difficult.”
Three exhausted-looking Zaka volunteers then recounted the day they entered Kibbutz Be-eri, where more than 100 innocent civilians were slaughtered.
One recalled: “We walked into a house and it immediately caught my eye – a birthday cake sitting on the living room table.”
“You walk into a room and you see a birthday cake and you know there is joy there. Your eyes immediately go to the fridge to see family photos.”
“Then a strong smell hits you with the full force of why you are here. You’re not here to eat cake.”
He described finding the bodies of a family of five still hugging each other and lying on the ground.
“These were the last moments of their lives and as a Zaka volunteer you have to separate one body from the other,” he said as tears streamed down his face.
His colleague cried silently next to him.
The Sun saw first-hand the horrors at Be-eri Kibbutz when they entered a kindergarten littered with bullets and pools of blood.
A plastic children’s slide sat next to pink bicycles and scooters amid the carnage, and an Israeli soldier declared: “Many children died here – some horribly mutilated.”
And at Kibbutz Kfar Azar, first responders reported that at least 40 babies and children were murdered and some were beheaded.
In the wake of the mass murder, Israel gathers shocking evidence to prosecute hundreds of captured terrorists who brought Israel to hell.
Investigators spoke to a witness who claimed to have seen Hamas monsters raping a woman before shooting her in the head while they were still having sex with her.
Another survivor claimed that Hamas displayed the severed heads of Israeli victims “as if they were mere bags.”
Israel also recently released documents suggesting that the terrorists “planned to rape women.”
The files, believed to belong to Hamas gunmen, contain Arabic-Hebrew translations of sexual terminology with phrases such as “take off your pants.”
Israel is also about to release gruesome, unfiltered bodycam footage that it claims proves the true extent of Hamas’ barbarism.
The footage shows sheer merciless violence – beheadings, mutilated children and families torn apart.
On October 7, Hamas launched a cross-border rampage against Israel, slaughtering 1,200 people, mostly civilians, and dragging about 230 hostages back to Gaza.
According to the Hamas-run Health Ministry, over 11,000 people – including 4,500 children – are believed to have been killed in Gaza since Israel began its retaliatory strikes and ground operations.
Forty days into the bitter conflict, the bombarded Gaza Strip has been “split in two” by IDF forces, which have relentlessly pressed ahead with their invasion to finally wipe out Hamas.
Now Hamas’s 16-year brutal rule over the Gaza Strip may finally be collapsing as Israeli forces that have surrounded Gaza City seek to take it completely.
Israel claims Hamas has lost control of Gaza after its forces reportedly captured the terror group’s parliament and police headquarters.
Yoav Gallant, Israeli Defense Minister, announced today: “There is no Hamas force capable of stopping the IDF.”
“The IDF is moving forward on every point.
“The Hamas organization has lost control of Gaza, terrorists are fleeing south, civilians are looting Hamas bases, they have no trust in the government.”