Hamas forced freed children to watch images of murder and rape: ‘They are monsters’

After 52 days of harrowing captivity, Erez Kalderon, Sahar Kalderon and Eitan Yahalomi, three Children French, They were finally released on the night of this Monday, November 27th. along with 8 other hostages. This tragic episode began on October 7, when they were kidnapped by Hamas in Kibbutz Nir Oz, near the Gaza border.

With age of 12, 16 and 12 years or the children were taken to a hospital in Tel Aviv to undergo an “initial medical examination”. This operation came after they were handed over to members of the Red Cross to be transported from the Gaza Strip through the Rafah border crossing into Israel towards Egypt.

Although they are physically fine, the aunt of Eitan, the 12-year-old boy, has shared details of the horrors her nephew experienced during his days of detention. According to him The minor had to witness images of attacks by the terrorist group in Israel.

Deborah Cohen, Eitan’s aunt, expressed concern about the minor’s experience. Despite his initial joy at being released, he has admitted on several French television channels that he is now “He is facing a difficult emotional process”. Eitan will need time to overcome this trauma and trust that with the support of his family and the work of psychologists he can regain his life.

According to him, his nephew “experienced horrors” at the hands of the “monsters” of Hamas. “Every time a child cried, they threatened them with a gun to silence them.”. When he arrived in Gaza, all the civilians beat him. “We are talking about a 12-year-old boy!” he told BFMTV.

For her part, the 12-year-old’s grandmother said that her grandson’s release was “a great joy.” “He will be able to live the life of a child that was stolen from him.”she stated, visibly excited.

In addition to his experience in Hamas, Eitan has also spoken to his family about the attack on Kibbutz Nir Oz. where his still missing father had to defend his house against terrorists. Deborah Cohen believes he, along with at least 180 others, remains in the hands of Hamas.

For their part, the majority of French adults continue to be held by the terrorist organization in Gaza. More hostages are expected to be released in the coming days in exchange for Palestinian prisoners.

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