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Israeli Military ‘Absolutely’ Concerned About Sexual Abuse Of Hamas’s Hostages

via Daily Mail
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Israeli hostages kidnapped by Hamas have reportedly endured sexual abuse, leading to serious concern expressed by Israeli officials and doctors treating the survivors.

The allegations include accounts of starvation, physical and mental abuse, and sexual assault, with concerns raised about Hamas’s treatment of female hostages, leading to the cessation of a ceasefire.

Investigations are ongoing, with evidence suggesting instances of rape, violence, and abuse, including orders for rape and desecration of corpses. (Trending: Joe Biden Admits He’s ‘Not Sure’ About Running If Trump Wasn’t)

Far-left pro-Palestinian activists have attempted to deny the assaults, while Hamas’s legal system, based on a strict interpretation of Islamic law, governs the treatment of women captives.

“I heard stories that broke my heart, I heard about the thirst and hunger, about physical and mental abuse,” he said.

“I heard and you also heard, about sexual assault and cases of brutal rape unlike anything.”

“I can tell you that on behalf of all the medical and psychological teams treating those who return, the mental states we encountered have no precedent in medical literature. We feel that we have to rewrite the textbooks of post-trauma,” Dr. Renana Eitan said.

“Those held captive were subject to starvation, to beating, to sexual abuse,” she pressed.

“It is appalling,” he added.

“In order to humiliate them,” she says, “they become the property of the army commander, or of a Muslim, and he can have sex with them just like he has sex with his wives.”

“She was afraid and she didn’t resist as he would beat her,” one young girl said of his “wife.”

“I saw him rape her three or four times and they told us that anybody who runs away, including Kayla, would be killed… Kayla did not know she was the Caliph, but she knew he was important.”

“When Kayla returned in the morning she was crying and said she’d been raped.”

The situation draws comparisons to ISIS’s treatment of captives, indicating a pattern of brutal behavior.

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