The Israeli Air Force on Wednesday released a chilling handwritten note that was allegedly found on a Hamas militant who invaded the country on October 7.
“The words of Hamas commanders,” according to the Israeli Air Force, “consist of an order to kill Jews and a demand to behead their victims and tear out their hearts and livers.”
“Know that this enemy is a disease for which there is no cure except through decapitation and removal of hearts and livers!” The Israeli military authority quoted the note in a post on X.
The appearance of the alleged note comes days after Israel released “cruel” and “invisible” bodycam footage of the October 7 Hamas terror attack in an attempt to counter a “Holocaust denial-like phenomenon unfolding in real time.” .
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The note was found on a Hamas fighter jet that invaded southern Israel on October 7, according to the Israeli Air Force. (Israeli Air Force)
The screening took place on Monday morning in Israel. According to Fox News correspondent Mike Tobin, the content included Israelis being ambushed in their cars, a girl being executed after Hamas terrorists found her hiding under a desk, and a father dying after a Hamas A fighter had thrown a grenade into a bomb shelter. He and his two children sought shelter.
Israeli government spokesman Eylon Levy said in a video posted on To keep a record and take countermeasures against those who doubt whether certain events took place.
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This image from undated bodycam video footage captured by a downed Hamas fighter and released by the Israel Defense Forces shows a Hamas fighter walking through a residential neighborhood in an undisclosed location in southern Israel. (Israeli Defense Forces via AP)
The war between Israel and Hamas, which began with the October 7 attack, is now in its third week.
At least 6,400 people have been killed in the war on both sides, including at least 1,400 Israeli civilians and soldiers and 33 Americans.
Yocheved Lifshitz, 85, one of the hostages brought to Gaza after being kidnapped during Hamas’ attack on Israel on October 7, speaks to members of the press in Tel Aviv on Tuesday, a day after his release by Hamas militants. (AP/Ariel Schalit)
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The Hamas-run Gaza Health Ministry claims that at least 5,087 Palestinians have been killed and more than 15,270 injured in Gaza and the West Bank. In addition, it is feared that there are at least ten Americans among the 222 people held captive by Hamas.
Fox News’ Chris Pandolfo contributed to this report.
Greg Norman is a reporter at Fox News Digital.
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