Israel-Gaza War

New English Website Explains Hamas Massacre to the World

Israeli entrepreneurs have developed a website mapping out and explaining the Simchat Torah Massacre to people around the world.

Mapping the massacre. (Screenshot)

As Operation Swords of Iron enters its 24th day, the civilian enlistment to aid Israeli hasbarah advanced today (Tuesday) with the launching of a new English website. The site presents a map of the south with the names of those murdered and kidnapped alongside explanations in English on the events and the people.

The following introduction appears when entering oct7map.com:

“On the morning of October 7, 2023, a day now seared into the collective memory of Israel, a brutal assault led by Hamas unfolded, casting a long, ominous shadow reminiscent of past atrocities.

The tranquility of the dawn was violently disrupted as over 5,000 rockets rained down, coupled by horrifying acts of torture, abuse, and rape, claiming the lives of over 1,400 individuals and leaving more than 3,300 injured.

The shockwaves of this savage onslaught reverberated globally, plunging both the nation and the world into a state of anguish and disbelief as they grappled with the scale of brutality witnessed on this ghastly day.”

The Goal: Showing the World the Scope of the Massacre

The site then moves on to a chronological and geographical transition between the places where the massacre and fighting took place, alongside a listing of the number of murdered, kidnapped, missing, and wounded. Each point has different colors marking each one of the different casualties and photos for explanations. The site is still under development and some of the names do not yet appear there.

The site’s goal is to show the true dimensions of that terrible massacre to the whole world, as well as the desire of Hamas and other terror organizations to harm and destroy as many Jews as possible.

Map of Kissufim with accompanying picture of Segal Uriel, murdered there. (Screenshot)

Another unique hasbarah effort took place in London, showing the images of the hostages on mobile screens throughout the city, with the trucks going back and forth along London’s main roads, generating much interest among Londoners who don’t fully realize the situation.

This initiative is led by Israeli businessmen Israel Figa and Jackie Weiss. Figa says that after seeing pro-Palestinian activists tear down posters of hostages put up by Israelis, he decided to go for something bigger and more visible.

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