In the video: Kfir and Ariel Bibas' aunt: "Who showers and calms them? Hamas, are these your enemies?" 28 Nov 11/Headquarters of the abductees
The Hamas terrorist organization claimed on Wednesday that Shirley Bibas and her two children Kfir and Ariel Bibas were killed in captivity. According to Hamas, the three were killed in an "Israeli attack." So far, the statement by the terrorist organization, which specializes in psychological warfare and has so far published a number of false statements, has no official confirmation. An entire country now hopes that the report will turn out to be false, as occurred, for example, in the case of Hannah Katzir, who allegedly died in captivity but was released alive from the Gaza Strip.
"Shiri, Ariel and Kfir who have been held captive by Hamas in Gaza for 53 days. We don't know how they're doing, what they're eating, who's showering and calming them down when they're crying," Ofri Bibas Levy, sister of father Yarden Bibas, who is also held captive by Hamas, said yesterday. The responsibility for their health lies with Hamas. Hamas, are these your enemies? Child abduction compatible with Islamic values? We are grateful for the endless embrace we receive. The ceasefire allowed the return of those who had become part of our extended family. We demand that the Israeli government return the parents and children immediately. They are in real mortal danger. Every day that passes endangers them. They demand immediate entry of the Red Cross."
The Bibas Family: Shiri, Kfir, Ariel and Yarden/Documentation on Social Networks According to Section 27A of the Copyright Law
The baby Kfir Bibas became after the faces most identified with the Israeli struggle and the horrors of October 7, and his pictures were published in prominent news channels and newspapers throughout the foreign media around the world. In doing so, the Bibas family became a symbol of the struggle for the release of the hostages. For Israel, too, but also for Hamas.
"The tiniest human shield," reads the homepage of the British newspaper Daily Mail, under a picture of baby Kfir and alongside pictures of other Israeli children released in recent days. Hamas' twisted commanders refuse to release the youngest hostage and instead hand over <>-month-old Kfir Bibas to the Palestinian terror organization operating in the city that is expected to be wiped out by the IDF," the Daily Mail reported, referring to the IDF Spokesperson's announcement in Arabic yesterday that abductees would be transferred from Hamas to other organizations in Gaza as "prizes."
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It is not necessarily possible to believe Hamas' claim, after one of the abductees had already been declared dead and eventually returned in the prisoner deal. Hannah Katzir, 77, returned in the first phase of the abductee deal after spending almost 50 days in captivity. In a statement released earlier, Islamic Jihad claimed that Katzir "died of medical complications."
The organization said it allegedly offered to release Katzir on humanitarian grounds, but was rejected by Israel. The announcement, like other statements about the abductees, was not published in the Israeli media, fearing that it was psychological terrorism and spreading false news – and indeed it turns out that it was a lie.
She was allegedly dead of "medical complications" and came back alive. Hanna Katzir/IEC
Another blatant lie by the murderous terrorist organization was about the observer Corporal Noa Marciano. Hamas lied that Noa had been killed in an Israeli strike, but intelligence from the IDF and Shin Bet revealed that this was not the case. The IDF found that Noa was indeed injured as a result of the attack, but a pathological report indicates that she was not in mortal danger. Noa was then taken to Shifa Hospital, where she was murdered by Hamas terrorists.
Another lie voiced by Hamas touched on the issue of al-Ahli Hospital in the central Gaza Strip. Last month, the hospital was blown up in an attack that turned out to be a failed Islamic Jihad missile. However, Hamas claimed and lied that it was an Israeli attack. In response, Israel released photographs showing without a shadow of a doubt that the missile that hit the hospital originated from the Gaza Strip itself.
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