Margalit Mozes, who was released as part of the abductees’ deal, spoke for the first time at a rally in the “Hostages Square” in Tel Aviv. She said, “On October 7, they took me down to the tunnel, I use a breathing apparatus at night, and I took it with me so I could sleep and the one who was there got angry at me, and took the device—it was a very difficult moment. I told him it was my oxygen, and I spoke to him in Arabic. He understood me very well, but he didn’t care. A doctor who saw me at first told me to lean my head against the wall like this, and that I could breathe like this. I could breathe like this but not fall asleep. I didn’t sleep for 49 days.”
Most of them hid in their safe rooms on October 7th, barricading the door and praying for 18 hours or more while listening to machine gunfire all around their homes. Some jumped out of their windows as their house went up in flames, and then ran to hide in bushes or outdoor storage huts while Hamas terrorists hunted them down. Too many of them lost siblings, parents, or children. All of the displaced people from the south lost at least one family member or friend on that horrible terrible day.
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When Eitan was brought into Gaza, on the back of a Hamas motorcycle, he said that civilians came out to see and they all happily beat him. Civilians. Of all ages.
Do antisemites realize that they are just creating a new holiday for the Jewish people? Do antisemites understand that most of the Jewish holidays are about evil people trying to kill them, they overcome and win, and then they have a special feast filled with empty carbs? After I stopped laughing at the truth of what he said, I began thinking.