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With harsh and detailed testimonies: The Sunday Times in a comprehensive cover story on the rapes of Hamas - voila! news

2023-12-03T14:26:40.593Z

Highlights: The Sunday Times published a cover story on the Hamas rapes on Sunday morning. The article contains harsh testimonies of women who were raped by Hamas terrorists. It comes a day after the UN Women's Organization first addressed the harsh testimonies. The statement called for the unconditional release of all the abductees and the restoration of the ceasefire. It also called for accountability for all acts of gender-based violence committed on and after October 7. For more on this story, go to The Sunday Times' website: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/.


The British newspaper published an extensive investigation into the atrocities committed by Hamas terrorists on October 7, including hard-to-read testimonies of young women who were raped at a bad guys party before being murdered by the terrorists. The article comes a day after UN Women first addressed the harsh testimonies after receiving much criticism


The British newspaper The Sunday Times published a cover story on the Hamas rapes on Sunday morning, including testimonies from survivors of the massacre who saw the atrocities. The article contains harsh testimonies of rapes, especially of participants in the nature party in Re'im, who were murdered after being raped.

The comprehensive article comes a day after the UN Women's Organization first addressed the harsh testimonies, after harsh criticism from the organization for its silence for two months.

"We are concerned by the innumerable testimonies of atrocities and sexual violence at the time of the attack," the statement said. "We support the investigation and emphasize that all women – Israeli and Palestinian – deserve a safe life."

Sunday Times cover, this morning/official website, Sunday Times

The statement, first released two months after the events, added: "We continue to call for accountability for all acts of gender-based violence committed on and after October 7." The UN Women's Organization later called for the unconditional release of all the abductees and the restoration of the ceasefire.

Israel's ambassador to the UN, Gilad Erdan, dismissed the organization's statement. "In every other massacre, the organization immediately condemned, but when it comes to Israeli women, the UN doubts," Erdan attacked.

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Source: walla

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