VIDEO: 'Throw her on the floor!' New head camera video shows Hamas motorcycle gang cheer over the bodies of executed Israeli civilians

Monday 20 November 2023

Video retrieved from the head camera of a Hamas terrorist shows him cheering over the bodies of Israeli civilians executed moments earlier.

The footage posted to Telegram by pro-Israeli group South First Responders (SFR) shows a gang of militants on motorcycles at an unknown location in Israel.

The clip was posted to the social media platform with the following information: "Hamas terrorists are caught cheering in ecstasy after slaughtering young Israeli women.

"In the coming footage, taken from Hamas body cameras, we will show yet additional evidence of how these terrorists slaughtered civilians without remorse on October 7th, and even cheered themselves for their murder.

"In this first clip, a terrorist at the scene of one of the massacres calls to throw out the body of an executed young Israeli woman from her vehicle.

"He then says 'throw her on the floor!...Throw her, throw her!" before screaming out in joy'.

"The terrorist continues to the other executed bodies scattered all over the highway. He sees another woman with her shirt removed, who appears to have been shot in the head.

"He cheers again in murderous joy before moving on to more bodies."

The gang rode around southern Israel on motorcyles

The body of an Israeli woman executed moments earlier was dragged from her car

Two Hamas fighters approach a car and occupants lying dead on the floor

Responding to accusations Israel has exaggerated atrocities committed by Hamas on October 7th, a spokesperson for SFR said it would post more evidence of "systematic, intentional killing". "After six weeks of posting evidence of Hamas’ atrocities from the massacre of October 7th — evidence which has been verified by the world’s leading analysts, news outlets, and human rights organisations — it appears that some (including the Palestinian Authority) are still not convinced.

"If the shootings of people hiding in toilets, the machine-gunning of fleeing youth, and the summary executions recorded on Hamas' own cameras were not enough… we will be posting even more evidence of Hamas' systematic, intentional killing and targeting of civilians who attended the Nova Music Festival.

"Enough of the lies. Enough of the denial. The truth must be told and we will do it."

About 240 hostages were taken during Hamas's deadly cross-border rampage into Israel on Oct. 7, which prompted Israel to invade the tiny Palestinian territory to wipe out the Islamist group.

Qatari mediators had been seeking a deal between Israel and Hamas to exchange 50 hostages in return for a three-day ceasefire that would help boost emergency aid shipments to Gaza civilians, citing an official briefed on the talks.

At the time, the official said general outlines had been agreed but Israel was still negotiating details.

Joe Biden told reporters on Sunday he was not in a position to say when the hostages might be out. "I want to make sure they're out and then I'll tell you," he said upon arrival at a pre-Thanksgiving holiday event in Virginia with U.S. military personnel.

On Sunday, Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed Bin Abdulrahman al-Thani told a press conference in Doha that the main obstacles to a deal were now "very minor," with mainly "practical and logistical" issues remaining.

A White House official also said the "very complicated, very sensitive" negotiations were making progress.

Death Toll 'staggering and unacceptable'

The talks coincided with Israel preparing to expand its offensive against Hamas to Gaza's southern half, signalled by increasing air strikes on targets Israel sees as lairs of armed militants.

However, Israel's main ally the United States cautioned it on Sunday not to embark on combat operations in the south until military planners have taken into account the safety of Palestinian civilians.

Gaza's traumatised population has been on the move since the start of the war, sheltering in hospitals or trudging from the north to the south and, in some cases, back again, in desperate efforts to stay out of the line of fire.

Gaza's Hamas-run government said at least 13,000 Palestinians have been killed in Israeli bombardments since then, including at least 5,500 children.