Israeli student was taken hostage by Hamas militants when she was celebrating the conclusion of the Jewish holiday Sukkot at a rave near the Gaza Strip, according to heartbreaking video that her family has shared.
The 25-year-old Noa Argamani was taking in the trance music festival close to Kibbutz Re’im when terrorists started shooting and firing rockets into the crowd.
Argamani is heard screaming, “Don’t kill me! “, as she is being taken away on a Palestinian gunman’s motorcycle. “No, no, no,” as terrorists abuse her partner, Avi Nathan.
On social media, a video of the horrific kidnapping was shared.
Moshe Or, Nathan’s brother, reported him missing; subsequently, he received word from emergency services that Argamani and Nathan had been captured on camera.
Described by her undergraduate roommate Amir Moadi as “such a lovely, positive woman” who “loves to travel,” Argamani is described as this.
Argamani, an only child, just got back from a trip to Sri Lanka, and Moadi claimed that her parents are “in shock and can’t even speak.”
Argamani looks to be in Gaza in other video.
In the biggest assault Israel has experienced in fifty years, Hamas’ surprise strike resulted in over 600 fatalities and close to 1,600 injuries.
According to IDF spokesman Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus, there are “unprecedented” numbers of Israeli citizens being held hostage by Hamas.
“Any Israeli should find these scenes incredibly upsetting. Lt. Col. Conricus remarked, “I don’t even want to think about what will happen to this Israeli guy at the hands of these bloodthirsty creatures.