‘Don’t kill me’: Israeli student begs for mercy as Hamas terrorists abduct her

NEW DELHI: In a distressing incident near the Gaza Strip, 25-year-old Israeli student Noa Argamani was abducted during a trance music festival that marked the conclusion of the Jewish holiday Sukkot, reported the New York Post.
The incident unfolded when Hamas terrorists unleashed gunfire and launched rockets into the crowd causing panic and chaos.
The harrowing scene was captured in a video released by Noa Argamani’s family, which depicted the terrifying moments leading to her abduction. In the video, Argamani can be seen being forcibly taken away on a Palestinian gunman’s motorcycle, all the while pleading, “Don’t kill me! No, no, no.”
Meanwhile, her boyfriend, Avi Nathan, was also confronted and manhandled by the terrorists.
The footage of this kidnapping quickly circulated on various social media platforms, raising concerns and outrage among the public.
Subsequently, Avi Nathan’s brother, Moshe Or, reported him as missing, prompting emergency response teams to intensify their efforts in locating the abducted couple. The emergence of the video further heightened the urgency of the situation, as authorities work diligently to secure the safe return of Noa Argamani and Avi Nathan.
This incident serves as a stark reminder of the ongoing tensions in the region and the challenges faced by individuals living in proximity to conflict zones. Authorities and international organisations continue to monitor the situation closely and are actively engaged in efforts to resolve this distressing situation and ensure the well-being of the kidnapped individuals.
“We were worried and tried to call. His phone was unavailable and so was hers,” Israel National News reported, as per the New York Post.
“I can’t imagine what’s going through her mind – screaming in panic, when some scumbags are holding her and not letting her go,” said Or.
Israel has suffered over 300 deaths and nearly 1,600 have been wounded in a sudden attack from Hamas in the worst onslaught the country has witnessed in five decades. As Israel battles Hamas, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has vowed to take “mighty vengeance” against the outfit.
Watch Israeli student screams ‘Don’t kill me’ as Hamas terrorists kidnap her from rave party: horrifying visual

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