Fri. Jun 21st, 2024

A CHILLING hostage-taking instruction book found on slain Hamas savages included the instruction: “Kill the problematic ones”, it was revealed last night.

Copies of the eight-page manual were handed to terror troops who stormed into southern Israel on a killing spree which claimed 1,400 lives.

A hostage-taking instruction book found on slain Hamas savages

The booklet urged terrorists to ‘create chaos’

The Israel Defense ForcesThe booklet was eight pages long and found on terrorists who were shot dead[/caption]

The booklet urged terrorists to “create chaos” and offered tips on “camouflage and hiding” – suggesting killers may still be lying low near massacre sites.

Around 200 terrified civilians ended up as “human shields” in the Gaza – but the original plan appears to have been to use them in sieges inside Israel.

The lives of innocents taken – including children – are also deemed worthless in the sick “how-to” guide which calls them “cannon fodder.”

Half of all the hostages came from one settlement, Nir Oz kibbutz, where one in four of the population was taken.

The hostage manual, found on the bodies of Hamas fighters and released by the Israeli government, instructs Hamas insurgents to complete their “cleansing” operation.

It says: “Kill anyone that may pose a threat or cause a distraction or disturbance” and “create chaos using firearms, smoke/stun grenades, violence and terrorism”.

Chapter two continued by ordering the use of “car bombs”.

Hostages ranging from toddlers to the very elderly were to have their ankles or wrists bound, while other fighters guarded entrances and exits.

“Problematic” hostages slaughtered are believe to have included autistic Harry Potter fan Noya Dan, 12, whose parents said she would have been terrified by trauma of her abduction.

She was killed and burned after being frogmarched out of the kibbutz of Nir Oz – alongside her 80-year-old gran Carmela, who suffered from dementia and heart problems.

The manual states: “Kill the problematic ones and those who pose a threat.

“The others should be bound and blindfolded, then ‘reassured’, to keep them docile. Use them as human shields and use ‘electric shocks’ to force compliance.”

Written in Arabic and translated by the Israeli government, militants are told not to use their own food and water to feed their hostages.

Their instructions also ordered them to to “set fire to a large number of places and show strength, not weakness or fear”.

Israel’s president Isaac Herzog said: “This document was found on the body of one of the terrorists. It’s a booklet, an operating manual.

“The battle that we are carrying out now, as a nation rising as a lion, is against evil, and we will uproot evil so that it will be good for the entire region and the world.”

However, the manual has suggested that taking hostages back to Gaza was not part of the original plan.

The eight-page booklet indicates the original purpose of the hostage-taking was to keep them in Israel – possibly to aid a protracted standoff.

Or, as the manual starkly puts it, “cannon fodder”.

Written in Arabic and translated by the Israeli government, the horror read goes on to instruct Hamas fighters to complete their “cleansing” operation.

They would then “gather the hostages in several places… in operating areas pre-determined on the maps”.

The prisoners should then be searched, before separating the men from women and children.

This tactic meant family groups would have endured an extra terror as children were taken away from their fathers.

However, “the problematic ones and those who pose a threat” would be killed.

The others should be bound and blindfolded, then “reassured”, to keep them docile.

“Use them as human shields,” it says, and use “electric shocks” to force compliance.

Chapter four of the manual revealed how militants are told not to use their own food and water to feed their hostages – “except in emergency situations”.

The booklet’s instructions also told Hamas fighters to “set fire to a large number of places” and “show strength, not weakness or fear”

Taking the IDs of the hostages and record their personal details was expected, with the manual telling fighters to be ready to broadcast the situation in a live stream.

Following the release of the booklet, Israel’s president Isaac Herzog said: “We are facing a most cruel, inhuman enemy, whom we must dislodge without mercy.

“This document was found on the body of one of the terrorists. It’s a booklet, an operating manual, how to enter citizens’ yards, and what do you do when you find the citizens – you torture them.

“This is the booklet that says exactly how to torture them, how to kidnap them.

“The battle that we are carrying out now, as a nation rising as a lion, is against evil, and we will uproot evil so that it will be good for the entire region and the world.”

At the end of the booklet is a chart explaining the ranks of the Israeli Defence Forces, and the weapons they use.

There are also images of military vehicles ranging from tanks and jeeps to helicopters and planes.

Along with the booklet, operating manuals and plans, satellite phones, contact methods and encrypted numbers were discovered.

All were used by Hamas during its storming of southern Israel which killed 1,400 people.

It’s claimed that the terrorists unleashed their brutal fury on Israel while pumped with a drug previously used by ISIS to make them “feel invincible”.

Members of the Palestinian militant group reportedly took Captagon pills, dubbed “chemical courage”, before their ruthless October 7 music festival massacre.

However, a BRITISH dad whose wife and daughters were murdered by Hamas terrorists in a horrifying ambush said he’s not interested in revenge.

Rabbi Leo Dee’s family were travelling to the Sea of Galilee for a holiday in April when his wife, Lucy, 48, and two daughters, Maia, 20, and Rina, 15, were shot dead.

The Israel Defense ForcesAt the end of the booklet is a chart explaining the ranks of the Israeli Defence Forces, and the weapons they use[/caption]

Mia Shem, 21, was taken hostage during Hamas’s festival bloodbath

Tattoo artist Shani Louk was seen being dragged out of the festival by Hamas fighters

Autistic Noya Dan, 12, and her grandma, 80, were kidnapped from kibbutz Nir Oz

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