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the mother of hostage Shani Louk reacts to the death of one of her daughter’s captors

Jeanne Le Borgne

The Israeli army claimed to have killed the man who stood proudly next to Shani Louk’s remains in a propaganda video released the day after the October 7 attack.

“Just one less.” The images horrified the entire world the day after the bloody Hamas attack on October 7. Terrorists from the Islamist organization at the head of Gaza filmed themselves touring the city with an Israeli hostage lying in the trunk.

The young woman was quickly identified as Shani Louk, a German-Israeli who participated in the festival targeted by Hamas and we later learned that she had died when the video was made.

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Therefore, many Israelis were relieved to learn that the terrorist who stood proudly next to his remains in the video released by Hamas was dead. “The terrorist monster who exhibited his naked body around Gaza, defiling it in the name of Islam and shouting Allahu Akbar, was killed by the IDF (the Israeli army),” we can read on the X account ( formerly Twitter) of the very media Rabbi Shmuley Boteach.

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He continues: “This monster is now roasting in hell forever, just like the other Hamas savages who carried out this massacre.”

“Not much difference”

Shani Louk’s mother was much more measured, declaring to the “Telegraph” that it did not mean “much” to her. “There are so many bad people who have done these horrible things, and this is just one less,” she said.

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Before continuing: “I am happy that this person can’t hurt anyone else, but that doesn’t matter so much because it’s a whole group of people. It’s not like a typical murder story where you find the murderer and he’s killed, she illustrates. They did these things as a group, so it doesn’t make that much difference to me. »

The mother also urged Israel to negotiate a deal with Hamas to release the approximately 240 hostages it is holding in the Gaza Strip in exchange for the release of 4,450 Palestinians held in Israeli prisons. “Keeping these hostages alive is more important than having these prisoners here, from my point of view. Give them all the prisoners as long as they can save some of their lives,” she implored.

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