Horrifying new footage captured during the Nova festival massacre shows Hamas terrorists shooting down two women as they tried to flee.
The footage was captured from security cameras at Kibbutz Alumim, which is located just to the east of where the festival was held, according to the South First Responders Telegram channel.
It shows a group arriving in the Kibbutz after fleeing from the festival, thinking that they are safe from any further attacks, the South First Responders said.
However, they are suddenly ambushed by three Hamas gunmen who are seen running towards them carrying what appear to be AK-47s.
One of the Hamas terrorists is then seen chasing after two women, eventually catching up with one before grabbing her hair and shooting her at her at point blank range. Her friend then freezes in fear before pleading for her life with the gunman, who then executes her.
The video shows a group of people being ambushed by three Hamas gunmen who are seen running towards them carrying what appear to be AK-47s
One of the Hamas terrorists is then seen chasing after two women as they flee
The Hamas terrorist later catches up them both before shooting them
The video, shared today to the South First Responders Telegram channel, adds to a mounting body of evidence that Hamas callously targeted Israeli civilians during its October 7 incursion.
The footage, which was recorded just after 7am on October 7, shows a number of people arriving in what appears to be a car park in Kibbutz Alumim, which is surrounded by yellow electric gates.
They are shown getting out of their cars and attempting to calm each other down.
One person can be seen sitting on the side of the pavement as another person comes over to console them.
Then, in footage from a camera further down the road, three Hamas terrorists can be seen charging towards the group armed with guns.
The festival goers attempt to flee the area before one of the gunmen fires a burst towards them.
He then charges towards two women at the back of the group as they try desperately to get away from the armed assailant.
However he later catches up with one of the women by grabbing her hair and pulling it towards him. After a short struggle the Hamas terrorist then shoots her at point blank range.
At the same time her friend can be seen stopping in her tracks, frozen in fear as the gunman approaches her.
She then appears to beg for her life as she crouches on the floor before the Hamas terrorist then decides to shoot her as well.
The footage, which was recorded just after 7am on October 7, three Hamas terrorists can be seen charging towards a group of people
The festival goers attempt to flee the area before one of the gunmen fires a burst towards them
He then charges towards two women at the back of the group as they tried desperately to get away from the armed assailant
However he later catches up with one of the women by grabbing her hair and pulling it towards him. After a short struggle the Hamas terrorist then shoots her at point blank range
At the same time her friend can be seen stopping in her tracks, frozen in fear as the gunman approaches her. She then appears to beg for her life as she crouches on the floor before the Hamas terrorist then decides to shoot her as well
A frightening arsenal of weapons has been display by the Israeli Defence Forces
Millet Ben Haim, 27, was taking selfies with her friends at Nova Festival when alarm bells starting ringing out as Hamas fighters attacked festivalgoers
She said dozens of rockets covered the sky. Millet, like many other revellers, tried to escape by car but Hamas fighters reportedly blocked the escape routes and shot at people
MailOnline reporter Nick Pisa with some of the arsenal of guns, bombs, and rocket launchers used by Hamas on October 7
Bullets are pictured while other tools included RPG 7 rocket launchers, mortars, AK 47s, knives, mines and a drone
Journalist Nick Pisa holds a rice bag which was found to contain bullets inside
Hamas terrorists descended upon the Nova festival near Re’im, using motorised paragliders and pick-up trucks, during the mass invasion on October 7.
Horrific videos have shown young partygoers running for their lives, many of whom ran straight into fire from the waiting gunmen.
Some survivors have recounted running towards uniform-clad men, believing them to be Israeli police and soldiers coming to rescue them – before making the terrfying discovery that they were actually Hamas.
Around 260 revellers were massacred and a number taken hostage, with pictures showing bodies piled up in tents.
The terror atrocity saw a number of kibbutzim – rural village communities – stormed by the terrorists who mowed down families in their own homes.
Horrific accusations against the terror group have abounded, with Israel saying war crimes were committed during their rampage, including the beheading of babies and the killing of pregnant mothers.
Burned out houses and cars are all that remains in many areas, and authorities are still working to identify a huge number of victims whose bodies were mutilated.
Millet Ben Haim, 27, was taking selfies with her friends at Nova Festival when alarm bells starting ringing out as Hamas fighters attacked festivalgoers.
She said dozens of rockets covered the sky. Millet, like many other revellers, tried to escape by car but Hamas fighters reportedly blocked the escape routes and shot at people.
‘The terrorists were on all sides, we couldn’t go anywhere. And we knew they were getting closer and closer,’ she told German newspaper Bild.
She eventually got out of the car and tried to escape via nearby fields, but in whichever direction she ran, people were shouting at her to turn around as Hamas fighters were nearby.
‘It’s like a nightmare when you know you’re not running fast enough. When you feel that your body is getting weaker and weaker. You hear the whistles of the shots,’ she said. Her phone data revealed that she was running from the attackers for two hours and covered eight miles during that time.
Nick Pisa holds up a rice bag which was contains bullets
Red and orange homemade explosive hosepipes were also recovered
Lt Col Idan Sharon-Kettler is pictured holding up a thermobaric bomb
‘One of my best friends was in shock and wanted to stay at the party grounds. My gut feeling told me this was a bad idea. Now I know I was right. Of those who remained, almost all were raped, kidnapped or murdered. Almost no one survived.’
Millet finally found a bush to hide underneath with three other women. They hugged tightly and tried to stay completely still and not panic, despite hearing people nearby getting kidnapped.
She called the police, who told her she would have to sit tight as the surrounding villages were occupied by terrorists and she realised the police or army couldn’t help her.
‘I just prayed that a missile would hit me. I remember lying there hating my body and my clothes. I had the feeling that this was all like a prelude for the terrorists. I didn’t know at the time that they had actually raped other girls. But I knew it would happen when they found me. I knew they would rape us. And then murder us and take the bodies with them. I wanted to bury myself, I couldn’t bear that thought.’
She said she imagined what Hamas would do to her once they found her. She heard the attackers laugh and talk with each other. Millet said their calm behaviour scared her more than the weapons, as it meant the Israeli army was nowhere near.
While Millet was hiding under the bush, she talked to her family and tried reassure them she had a happy life as she was trying to deliver comforting last words.
‘What a bizarre thought, consoling your family over your own death,’ she said.
Civilian Ramy Davidian, who saved more than 100 people from the festival, contacted Millet and told her and her friends he would pick them up.
He said he would honk when he arrived, but once Millet heard the horn she was frozen, as other sounds around her still included bullets being fired.
She said she finally had the courage to get up and let Ramy know where she was hiding when she reminded herself that she was ‘going to get killed anyway’.
A frightening arsenal of weapons was displayed by the Israeli Defence Forces – including thermobaric bombs that were used by Hamas terrorists to torch families alive in their homes.
Nick Pisa with some of the arsenal of guns, bombs, and rocket launchers that were used
Hamas terrorists killed many innocent civilians in their homes
While Millet was hiding under the bush, she talked to her family and tried reassure them she had a happy life as she was trying to deliver comforting last words
The tools of terror included RPG 7 rocket launchers, mortars, AK 47s, knives, mines, a drone and hundreds of rounds of ammunition – some hidden in humanitarian rice bags.
Toyota pick-up trucks and a bulldozer were also displayed at the military base on the outskirts of Tel Aviv, where the Daily Mail was also shown a drone that had been recovered from inside Gaza.
Inside the box carrying it was an A4 sheet of paper that detailed parts and along the top was the name of the Hamas military wing – the Al Qassam Brigades.
Also recovered were flags and headbands from Islamic Jihad and deadly Draganov sniper rifles, as well everyday hose pipes that had been stuffed with explosives and a charge.
To take down fence posts, Hamas terrorists had made metal sophisticated frames that snapped around the concrete pillars, filled with TNT and then detonated.
Three motorcycles which were used to bring terrorists in and then ferry hostages back to Gaza were also on show in what was described as just a ‘tiny fraction’ of what had been seized.
Lt Col Idan Sharon-Kettler told the Daily Mail:’ This was not put together by some militia that targeted military objects, this was a vast amount of weapons and explosives designed for use against civilians and families in their own houses, not soldiers.
‘This wasn’t cooked up in some back yard, this was all stockpiled over a long period of time and took an immense amount of planning and money with military grade intelligence.
‘The intention here was the massacre of Israeli civilians – we have evidence that thermobaric bombs were sued in attacks on homes and on cars.
‘They are designed to take out tanks – you don’t need to tell me what they will do to a house or a car.’
A thermobaric bomb uses oxygen from the surrounding air to generate a high-temperature explosion, making it more deadly than a conventional weapon, creating a 3000’c fireball.
The initial charge punches a hole through the wall or metal and then a second charge detonates a powerful explosion burning everything.
Lt Col Sharon-Kettler said: ‘This type of weapon was fired at houses and cars – they are designed to be use don tanks, when they explode, they incinerate everything around them.
‘We found evidence they had been used on houses to get into safe rooms and on cars – we found people who had burnt to death inside their homes and vehicles.
Lt Col Sharon-Kettler explained the weapons were originally from North Korea, Russia and Iran although the route they took to enter Gaza was unclear.
He highlighted how ammunition had been hidden in hessian sacks marked rice and said ‘this how they use the humanitarian aid’ in Gaza.
He went on:’ There is talk about Gaza being an open-air prison but these weapons can’t be found in a prison. This is the result of organised smuggling of weapons into Gaza from many different countries.
‘There’s a lot of money that went into his operation, someone was funding and planning it for a long time.
‘They wanted the fight to carry on in Israel and the result they wanted was the massacre of civilians.’