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Shani Louk Reportedly Found Beheaded After Being Taken By Hamas

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On Monday, the Israeli government announced the death of a German-born Israeli woman who had been captured by Hamas terrorists and publicly paraded after the October 7th attacks.

Shani Louk, who is 23 years old, was taken at the Supernova music festival in southern Israel, which is located near the Gaza border. This is the same area from where the militant organization launched its full-scale attack.

Ricarda Louk, the mother of the victim, informed German media that the Israeli military notified her of Shani’s death following the extraction of a DNA sample from a skull bone. The body of the victim has yet to be found.

However, the reports do not provide clear information about the location or manner in which the fragment of her skull was found.

Later on, Israeli President Isaac Herzog informed the German newspaper Bild that the terrorists had “beheaded” her.

Herzog was cited as saying, “I am truly sorry to report that we have now received news that Shani Nicole Louk has been confirmed murdered and dead.”

“Her skull was found. This means that these barbaric, sadistic animals simply chopped off her head as they attacked, tortured and killed Israelis,” he added.

Some German internet users have identified Mahmoud Abourjila as one of the Hamas operatives responsible for Shani’s death.

Abourjila was identified after uploading several photos to his Google phone account that showed him wearing the same polo shirt, pants, and sandals as seen in the infamous video in which he is seen holding Shani’s hair on top of the pick-up truck.


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