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I saw ten Hamas terrorists beat & rape woman before shooting her dead in Oct 7 massacre – her angel face still haunts me

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A SURVIVOR of the October 7 massacre has opened up about the horrifying things he’s witnessed Hamas terrorists do to young, innocent women since the beginning of the brutal war.

The man told harrowing stories of how he saw a woman’s decapitated head rolling across the road when she refused to be stripped naked and how 10 Hamas thugs raped and shot dead a lady at the Supernova festival.

Hundreds of young women were killed by Hamas thugs at the Supernova music festival - many were beaten, shot and raped before they were finally slaughtered

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Hundreds of young women were killed by Hamas thugs at the Supernova music festival – many were beaten, shot and raped before they were finally slaughteredCredit: AP
The moment Hamas terrorists stormed the Supernova music festival as innocent people ran away to safety

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The moment Hamas terrorists stormed the Supernova music festival as innocent people ran away to safetyCredit: Twitter
Survivors of the attack that left everywhere destroyed have shared some of their haunting experiences

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Survivors of the attack that left everywhere destroyed have shared some of their haunting experiencesCredit: AFP

Yoni Saadon, 39, is a survivor of the deadly October 7, music festival where Hamas thugs brutally slaughtered, beat, raped and kidnapped hundreds of people including young men and women.

He still sees one of the “beautiful women with the face of an angel” screaming and begging to be killed by the Hamas faces of horror.

The brave man feared for his life as Hamas militants stormed in and opened fire on unsuspecting, innocent civilians moments after they were having the time of their lives dancing and singing with pals.

But he made it out physically unharmed after he hid underneath a music stage at the festival that ended in tragedy for many others.

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Yoni saw a dead woman fall in front of him after she was shot through her skull.

He pulled her lifeless carcass close to him and did what he had to do to survive.

Yoni said: “She fell to the ground, shot in the head, and I pulled her body over me and smeared her blood on me so it would look as if I was dead too.

“I will never forget her face. Every night I wake to it and apologise to her, saying ‘I’m sorry’.”

After an hour of fearful waiting, Yoni popped his head up to try and find a way out but what he saw has haunted him ever since.

He said: “I saw this beautiful woman with the face of an angel and eight or ten of the fighters beating and raping her.

“She was screaming, ‘Stop it — already I’m going to die anyway from what you are doing, just kill me!’

“When they finished they were laughing and the last one shot her in the head.”

Yoni’s mind instantly went to the precious women in his life – his four daughters and his sister.

He continued: “I kept thinking it could have been one of my daughters or my sister — I had bought her a ticket but last minute she couldn’t come.”

The horrors of the disgusting terrorists didn’t stop there as Yoni remembered two other brutes forcing a woman to the ground after she didn’t allow them to undress her and do unthinkable things.

Yoni was keeping quiet in bushes when the young woman was captured next to a car.

Despite her fighting back she was struck with a shovel and viciously beheaded on the ground.

Yoni still remembers seeing the woman’s head rolling along the ground as her soul left her body.

Saadon’s story was told to The Sunday Times when he attended a support group for survivors of the festival in Sitria, almost two months on.

Yoni Saadon’s stories are just a few from hundreds of traumatised people still living with the horrors of October 7.

Israeli police have opened up the biggest investigation into sexual violence and crimes against women ever in the nation.

The leader of the investigation Shelly Harush said: “It’s clear now that sexual crimes were part of the planning and the purpose was to terrify and humiliate people.”

Police have collected thousands of statements, photographs and video clips that have been called unbearable to watch from a mother’s perspective and include “girls whose pelvises were broken they had been raped so much”.

According to the people who had to take away the lifeless bodies from the massacre sites many of the women left naked with serious signs of bleeding from their genitals.

Haim Outmezgine, commander of a special unit of Zaka, that collects the remains of bodies said: “We collected 1,000 bodies in ten days from the festival site and kibbutzim. No one saw more than us.

“It was clear they were trying to spread as much horror as they could — to kill, to burn alive, to rape … it seemed their mission was to rape as many as possible.”

Haim has his own set of nightmare tales including finding two girls’ bodies in a field, both with fatal gunshot wounds to the head.

They had been left with their legs spread apart with ripped trousers and shorts covered in blood.

One had blood coming from her vagina after a second bullet wound was found.

Haim is a father of six and is now receiving therapy alongside his whole team.

This comes after another woman was forced to drive at a gunman as she escaped the Supernova festival massacre.

Noa Beer, 29, told The Sun: “He was shooting like crazy with murder in his eyes.

“I thought I was going to die. I felt so helpless.”

The brave lady had three injured strangers and a DJ in her Jeep as she accelerated away when another killer lifted his rifle to fire while the indiscriminate slaughter of innocents continued around them in the desert.

Noam Mazal Ben-David, 27, was also forced to do horrifying things to survive.

Noam had to hide under a pile of blood-soaked corpses – including her boyfriend’s – to escape detection as she laid in a skip for three hours after the evil terrorists crossed the Israel border.

Her partner David Neman was among dozens slaughtered before her very eyes, as she was shot in the foot and hip in a sick game of “Russian roulette”.

The model managed to keep quiet while rapidly losing blood and dealing with the unimaginable grief and shock of witnessing the barbaric murder of her partner.

More than 1,400 men, women, and children were killed – and 242 kidnapped – the day Hamas launched its savage attack on Israel.

Horrified rescuers discovered 260 bodies at the Supernova music festival near Kibbutz Re’im in Israel’s western Negev desert.

Israeli police now believe Hamas had the purpose of using sexual abuse to humiliate other people

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Israeli police now believe Hamas had the purpose of using sexual abuse to humiliate other peopleCredit: TikTok
Hundreds of people tried to flee the horrors of the festival by cars

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Hundreds of people tried to flee the horrors of the festival by carsCredit: Twitter

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