Top Israeli Emergency Services Official Gives Horrifying Account Of What Hamas Did During Attack | Eastern North Carolina Now

Eli Beer, President and Founder of United Hatzalah of Israel, a community-based volunteer emergency medical services (EMS) organization, recounted the gruesome things that he witnessed in the aftermath of Hamas‘ unprecedented terrorist attack against Israel.

    Publisher's Note: This post appears here courtesy of the The Daily Wire. The author of this post is Ryan Saavedra.

    Eli Beer, President and Founder of United Hatzalah of Israel, a community-based volunteer emergency medical services (EMS) organization, recounted the gruesome things that he witnessed in the aftermath of Hamas' unprecedented terrorist attack against Israel.

    Beer recalled the October 7 attack - in which terrorists murdered 1,400 Israelis, wounded 5,300+, and kidnapped 200+ - during a speech on Saturday at the Republican Jewish Coalition Leadership Summit in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    "We saw the most horrific things," he began. "I saw in my own eyes a woman who was pregnant, four months pregnant, she was in a little village, a little kibbutz. They came into her house in front of her kids, they opened up her stomach, she was pregnant, they opened up her stomach, took out the baby and stabbed a little tiny baby in front of her and then shot her in front of her family. And then they killed the rest of the kids."


    He described how Hamas was not a normal terrorist enemy, how the sheer evil and brutality of what they did to innocent civilians led to first responders discovering scenes that could not be imagined.

    "I saw little kids who were beheaded," he said. "We didn't know which head belongs to which kid. I was crying for five days straight. I couldn't stop crying. [The] little children, some of them had grandparents who were Holocaust survivors, and they were murdered in a holocaust in Israel in 2023."

    He said that the some of the babies were so badly tortured that, at first glance, their deceased bodies could not even be recognized.

    "Little babies, little children, you couldn't even recognize if they were kids," he said. "We saw a little baby in an oven. They put them in, these bastards put these babies in an oven and put on the oven. ... We found women who were raped, young girls who were raped and then murdered. Anyone who was around these people were murdered or kidnapped."

    Beer said that another disturbing story came when rescue workers discovered a set of infant twins who were used as bait by the terrorists to lure in first responders who they then murdered.

    "We found little twins - 10 months old, twins - 14 hours after their parents were murdered," he said. "The mother of the twins was hiding together with the twins in a bomb shelter for two hours. Six o'clock, when they heard the missiles and they heard the shooting, they ran into the bomb shelter in Kfar Azza where 60% of the people were murdered. Beautiful little village, peaceful village, and they were hiding in the shelter, and the kids were so hungry, so starving, kids were crying, 10 months old. So the mother went out to get some food for the children and the terrorists were waiting outside and they caught her."


    "I don't want even to describe to you what we found when we saw the family, both parents were murdered right there in the kitchen," he continued. "The two children are found by the Golani Brigade when they came in with guns. They found the babies crying for 14 hours. And I was wondering, I asked the soldiers why do they keep the kids 14 hours? Why don't they kill them like all the rest of the kids? They use these little children for bait. So people heard them crying, so people who run to rescue them, they kill them, too. That's what they did."


A majority of Americans still believe in OUR 1st Amendment guaranteed Freedom of Speech; however, at what bold point does the constitutional right to Free Speech becomes unabashed anti-Semitic Hate Speech, and while it should possibly be tolerated on our college campuses, and on the streets of mostly Sanctuary Cities, these events should be rightfully observed and scrupulously monitored ... or, not? What is your true opinion of when too much of enough is just too much, or not?
  The answer to Free Speech I don't agree with is more, and incredibly robust Free Speech.
  There is a point when Free Speech becomes counter productive to sustaining a peaceful society.
  Free Speech should only be tolerated if it represents the status quo of the highly educated orthodoxy.
  Early in life, I learned to speak only when I am spoken to.
182 total vote(s)     What's your Opinion?

Go Back


Latest State and Federal

Democrat strategist James Carville raged against the legacy media this week, demanding that they take an even more biased approach when reporting on former President Donald Trump.
Republican congressman Byron Donalds said it would be a “great honor” if former President Donald Trump were to ask him to be his running-mate for 2024, saying the ultimate goal is for Trump to win and he’ll do whatever he’s asked to help him do that.
Voters in Arizona will have the opportunity to enact broad border security measures in November as the state faces a flood of illegal immigration after the Republican-led state legislature passed a resolution that will put the measures on the general election ballot.
The former White House physician for Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump says that a new report this week about how President Joe Biden is struggling to function behind closed doors represents a serious threat to the U.S.
The Tikva Forum for Families of Hostages, an Israeli group created to represent the families of those taken during Hamas’ October 7 terrorist attack, urged President Joe Biden to stop interfering with Israel’s campaign to destroy the terrorist group.
After saying the six-foot social distancing guideline during the COVID-19 pandemic “sort of just appeared,” Dr. Anthony Fauci on Monday testified that his statement had been “distorted” and that it “actually” came from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The state Supreme Court has agreed to hear one of two pending cases involving North Carolina bar owners challenging Gov. Roy Cooper's COVID-related shutdowns in 2020.
The Biden administration canceled over 350,000 asylum cases, allowing migrants to stay in the United States indefinitely in a move that experts called “mass amnesty.”
Former White House medical advisor Anthony Fauci changed his view of COVID vaccines from 2021 to 2024, clips show.


Back to Top