The Hamas massacre at the Supernova music festival, near the Gaza Strip, is already considered one of the most brutal acts ever committed by terrorist groups. So far, they have recovered 260 bodiesmostly young people who were murdered by gunmen who descended on paragliders and broke into motorcycles, trucks and speed boats.
A young survivor named Arik Nanidescribed how he experienced those moments of terror: “We were hiding and running in an open field, the worst place where one could be in that situation.” Some of the attendees managed to escape the bullets and explosions by hiding until they were rescued by the army of Israel. Many others, They used their vehicles in an attempt to flee the massacre. One of them says that he took the keys to his friend’s car and tried to get in as many people as he met along the way.
Some were not as lucky as them and They were intercepted while fleeing by Hamas militants. In the images recorded by one of the vehicles, the “road of death” is shown along which festival visitors were trying to escape. The recording shows that the events occurred on Saturday at 7:39 in the morning. In just 60 seconds, the militiamen manage to end the driver’s life shooting repeatedly while the vehicle loses speed and ends up crashing into one of the Palestinian vans.
There have been several videos spread on social networks that recount first-hand the moments of terror that were experienced at the Israel festival. For example, that of a girl who, between cries and screams, records the sequence of events minute by minute. But beyond the cold-blooded murders, some images show attendees being kidnapped as hostages, adding an even more gruesome dimension to the tragedy. This is the case of the young Noa Argaman, 25 years old, who shouted “Don’t kill me!” She is kidnapped on a motorcycle, under the terrified gaze of her partner, also held captive. What should have been just a celebration of peace was transformed into a scene of unimaginable terror.