Hamas militant group’s largest and deadliest incursion via air, sea, and land has sent shock waves throughout the world. The ripple effect of these attacks has yielded more graves on both sides of the border.
At the same time, diplomatic relations are at stake after international tourists were killed and abducted at the Supernova music festival along the Gaza-Israel border.
President Joe Biden declared “unwavering” support for the Israeli forces, committing aircrafts, fighter jets, ammunition, and more resources, considering the American victims in the atrocities.
One of the primary concerns for Israel remains to be rescuing the hostages from Hamas’s captivity. However, the attacks on Palestine on October 8, 2023, may have jeopardized the hostages’ lives as the Hamas group threatened Israel to seize retaliation.
Among the countless pleas of the distressed families of those brutally abducted, Mr. Argamani’s cries for help to search for his daughter, Noa Argamani, echo through worldwide media.
Noa Argamani was abducted by Hamas men who attacked the Supernova music festival along the Gaza Strip border. Her fiancé, Avinatan Or, was also seen helpless in the video, as he couldn’t stop the armed men from taking away Noa.
The video has since received immense global exposure, where people condemn the militant group for violating human rights. But this global traction has also resulted in tonnes of misinformation on social media platforms.
Noa Argamani is not burned in Israel by the Hamas group. The group posted a video that shows the 25-year-old is alive and well. She is seen sitting in a corner and sipping water. The possible deduction is that she is fine for now. But still, the threat lingers with growing tensions between the two nations.
What Happened to Noa Argamani?
Noa Argamani and her boyfriend Avinatan attended the Supernova music festival, which also celebrated the Jewish holiday Sukkot. While the attendees were vibing to the ambient trance music all night long, the wee hours of Saturday, October 7, turned into an absolutely horrifying nightmare.
At first, people saw rockets approaching them. Within a few seconds, the dust-filled air obscured the terrifying scene of around 50 armed men charging toward the desert outside Kibbutz Re’im.
The Hamas men opened fire on the field, killing anyone in sight. The massacre claimed up to 260 lives, as reported by the Israeli rescue service Zaka. After the blithering gunshots, the men started grabbing people and putting them in vans. Some were paraded down the streets.
Noa Argamani was snatched away as she clung to her boyfriend’s bike. She was then abducted on a motorcycle and taken hostage.
Was Noa Argamani Burned Alive in Isreal by the Hamas?
Contrary to the online speculations, Noa Argamani was not burned alive by the Hamas militant group. She was taken hostage and kept with other abducted people from Israel.
The Chinese-born Israeli was last seen in a video uploaded by an account administered by the Hamas group. Per the latest update, she is very much alive, and such rumors will only put her family in more distress.
However, Hamas has threatened to kill the hostages if the Israeli defense doesn’t retreat. After the Hamas attack, Israel declared a “State of war” and attacked Gaza with missiles. The casualties of innocent civilians have reached over 400 and counting.
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