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Israeli hostage dragged off by Hamas reveals horror sex assault in kid’s room & being ‘hung like a chicken’ for torture

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AN ISRAELI hostage dragged off by Hamas during the October 7 attacks has revealed the horror sex assault she suffered at the hands of a guard.

Amit Soussana also recalled how she was “hung like a chicken” for torture while imprisoned in Gaza for 55 days.

Amit Soussana speaks in front of her destroyed home at the Kibbutz Kfar Aza, Israel

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Amit Soussana speaks in front of her destroyed home at the Kibbutz Kfar Aza, IsraelCredit: Reuters
Shocking footage showed the moment she was dragged off by a group of Hamas militants on October 7

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Shocking footage showed the moment she was dragged off by a group of Hamas militants on October 7Credit: twitter/@soudron
Amit was eventually released after 55 days in captivity back in November

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Amit was eventually released after 55 days in captivity back in NovemberCredit: AL JAZEERA/UNPIXS

The Israeli lawyer had been hiding in the safe room of her home for three hours before she was eventually found by the vile brutes on that horrific day almost six months ago.

Dragged across the border to the Gaza Strip, she would endure utter hell for more than seven weeks.

As well as being beaten, bruised and bloodied, Amit became a victim of sexual assault while being held captive by Hamas.

Ms Sousana, 40, told the New York Times that a guard, who only identified himself as Muhammad, pointed his gun at her and “forced me to commit a sexual act on him” in a child’s bedroom.

She recalled how she was held alone in the room, chained by her left ankle, during the majority of her stay.

But just several days after being taken, Muhammed began questioning her about her sex life and menstrual cycle, before turning physical on or around October 24.

Ms Soussana said she was ordered to bathe, before Muhammad struck her when she tried to cover herself with a hand towel.

“He kept punching me and put his gun in my face,” she told the New York Times. “Then he dragged me to the bedroom.”

Following the sexual assault, Muhammad allegedly showed remorse, saying: “I’m bad, I’m bad, please don’t tell Israel.”

Hamas spokesman Basem Naim has denied any such allegations of sexual assault taking place towards prisoners.

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In a statement to the New York Times, he said it was “difficult to believe” Ms Soussana’s account of sexual abuse, adding that “for us, the human body, and especially that of the woman, is sacred”.

The terrorist group has repeatedly denied that its members committed acts of sexual abuse towards prisoners or victims during the October 7 attacks.

But a United Nations (UN) report released earlier month stated there is “clear and convincing information” that some hostages had suffered sexual violence.

The report adds that there are “reasonable grounds'”that some people were assaulted during the raid.

After 55 days of emotional and physical abuse, Ms Soussana was finally released during a ceasefire in November.

Within 24 hours of being freed from captivity, she reported the alleged assault to two doctors and a social worker.

It is also understood that the Israedli spoke to the UN team that published the report on sexual violence against hostages.

It was there that she revealed other harrowing details of her imprisonment by Hamas.

Astonishing footage, captured by a security camera, showed how she fought to free herself from Hamas as they dragged her back to Gaza during their ruthless raid.

When she attempts to escape, she is held down by the masked thugs, who tried to wrap her in a blanket.

They were eventually forced to bundle her in the back of a car, where she wouldn’t be seen again until her release.

Amit struggled to control her emotion when recalling the horrific events of her kidnap

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Amit struggled to control her emotion when recalling the horrific events of her kidnapCredit: Getty
A friend consoles her outside her home in Kfar Aza, Israel

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A friend consoles her outside her home in Kfar Aza, IsraelCredit: Getty
Amit fought for her life but could not stop the armed men from taking her away

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Amit fought for her life but could not stop the armed men from taking her awayCredit: twitter/@soudron
Amit was released by Hamas alongside Mia Schem, 21,  a dual French-Israeli national who was taken hostage at the Supernova music festival on October 7

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Amit was released by Hamas alongside Mia Schem, 21, a dual French-Israeli national who was taken hostage at the Supernova music festival on October 7Credit: HAMAS/UNPIXS

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