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German woman's body paraded naked, spat on by Hamas terrorists in Israel

Author: India Today World Desk
Publication: Indiatoday.in
Date: October 8, 2023
URL:    https://www.indiatoday.in/world/story/woman-paraded-hamas-fighters-victims-family-urge-people-for-her-whereabouts-2446055-2023-10-08?s=03

Disturbing visuals of Hamas parading a naked and battered body of a woman on the streets of Israel have emerged. Another woman confirmed that it was her sister, a German citizen, seen in the video.

As the Israel-Gaza conflict rages, disturbing visuals of Hamas terrorists parading a naked and battered body of a woman through the streets of Israel in the back of a pickup truck have emerged.

According to videos that surfaced on social media, a screaming crowd surrounds the Hamas' vehicle, echoing their cries and spitting on the woman's body.

Hamas initially claimed that the body belonged to a female Israeli soldier, according to news.com.au. However, Adi Louk confirmed on X that the woman seen in the video was her sister, Shani Louk, a German citizen and a tattoo artist, reported the New York Post.

Shani Louk's mother, in a video message posted by Visegrad 24 on X, confirmed her daughter's identity and appealed to people for more information regarding her whereabouts.
Visegrád 24 @visegrad24

The mother of Shani Louk, the woman whose body was seen on video in the back of a pick-up truck driven by Palestinian terrorists to Gaza, released a statement earlier today. 

She confirmed she had seen her daughter on the video & asked the public for help with more information


Oct 8, 2023

According to Shani's first cousin, the victim had been reportedly missing after militants took control of an open-air festival on Saturday morning.

Confirming the identity of the woman, Shani's cousin Tomasina Weintraub-Louk expressed hope for positive news.

"It is definitely Shani. She was at a music festival for peace. This is a nightmare for our family," news.com.au reported, quoting the victim's cousin Tomasina.


The music festival, which Shani had attended, was reportedly one of the first sites to be attacked by Hamas militants. The situation remains deeply concerning and further updates are awaited.

The first attack came with a whopping 5,000 rockets fired by the Hamas militant group on Israel on Saturday morning, after which the terrorists infiltrated the country. The militants have also captured foreigners. Seven Nepalis have been reportedly injured in Israel and 17 were taken hostage by Hamas terrorists.

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