Arrested Hamas Terrorist

Tel Aviv: Omar Abu Rasha, a Hamas terrorist part of the killer squad of the terror outfit on October 7 who has been taken into custody by the Israelli i n t e l l i g e n c e , has said during interrogators that they were asked to simply kill people. Shin Bet, the Israeli intelligence agency, has released a video footage of the interrogation in which he could be heard saying: “The mission was simply to kill. We were asked to kill any person we come across, and not to kidnap.” He also said that he was not asked to differentiate between man and woman while killing them.
Rasha was one of the members of the Hamas terror squad of October 7 who reached Kfar Aza and killed people indiscriminately. When asked why they killed indiscriminately, he said, “We
were told that all the people in Kfar Aza were settlers.”
Rasha also said that he killed many persons during the attack on Kfar Aza, including children. The arrested terrorist also said that if his father had known that he had killed people, he would
have shot him dead. Egypt to Open Rafah Border to Evacuate 7,000 Foreigners from Gaza Cairo: Egypt will help evacuate “about 7,000” foreigners and dual nationals from the war-ravaged
Gaza Strip, the foreign ministry said in a statement on Thursday. For the first time after weeks of deadly fighting between Israel and Palestinian militants since the Hamas attacks of October 7, the
Rafah border crossing opened on Wednesday to let people out of Gaza. In a meeting with foreign diplomats, assistant foreign minister Ismail Khairat said Egypt was
preparing “to facilitate the reception and evacuation of foreign citizens from Gaza through the Rafah crossing”. Khairat said that involved “about 7,000” people, representing “more than 60” nationalities. The statement did not offer specific details or a timeline for the Egyptian evacuation plan. Egyptian officials said 76 wounded Palestinians and 335 foreign passport
holders had crossed into Egypt on Wednesday. Among those who crossed were 31 Austrians, four Italians, five French nationals and some Germans, their governments said. State Department spokesman Matthew Miller said US citizens had also crossed from Gaza but declined to give a number. The Hamas run health ministry has said intense Israeli bombardment has killed nearly 8,800 people in Gaza, two-thirds of them women and children, since the fighting erupted after the October 7 attacks that Israeli officials say left 1,400 people dead.

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