Connect with us

Hi, what are you looking for?

US News

IDF Dog Reached Hostages But Was Shot by Hamas, Audio Only Found Later

via Daily Mail
This article was originally published at Publications approved for syndication have permission to republish this article, such as Microsoft News, Yahoo News, Newsbreak, UltimateNewswire and others. To learn more about syndication opportunities, visit About Us.

During a recent firefight involving the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and Hamas terrorists, a dog from the IDF’s Oketz canine unit recorded audio of three Israeli hostages calling for help.

Tragically, the IDF only reviewed the dog’s footage three days after the hostages were killed.

The hostages managed to escape their captors during the battle, but the IDF was unaware of their presence. (Trending: Judge Announces Historic Ruling In Jeffrey Epstein Case)

Despite efforts to signal their identities, including shouting for help and hanging banners, the hostages were mistakenly shot to death by IDF troops.

The dog, equipped with a camera, captured the audio of the hostages but was killed by the terrorists, and the footage was not discovered in time.

The three hostages were Yotam Haim, 28, Samar Fouad Talalka, 22, and Alon Lulu Shamriz, 26.

The Times of Israel reported: “A dog from the military’s Oketz canine unit recorded one of three escaped hostages yelling for help, according to new details from the military’s investigation, the latest indication of how far the trio went to signal their identities to the Israel Defense Forces before they were mistakenly shot to death by troops.”

“During the gun battle, an Oketz dog was sent into the building, which the army later determined was where the hostages were being held. The dog was killed by the Hamas gunmen, who were in turn killed by the Golani soldiers, allowing Alon Shamriz, Yotam Haim and Samar Talalka to escape captivity, according to the investigation.”

“During the battle, a camera mounted on the dog recorded the voice of a hostage, apparently Alon Shamriz, shouting “Help” and that there were hostages there. They are not seen on the footage. The feed from the dog’s body camera was not being monitored live and was only discovered on December 18 after the body of the canine was recovered.”

Most Popular:

Devastating News For Hunter Biden After Defying Subpoena

Ousted Democrat Who Filmed Explicit Tape Blames Homophobia

Obama Reveals His Fear For Joe Ahead Of 2024

You May Also Like