Reporter Unveils Horrors Of Hamas Attacks Screening

Jewish Insider’s Capitol Hill correspondent Marc Rod reported how members of Congress reacted after being shown a video of the October 7 terrorist attacks in Israel carried out by Hamas terrorists.

Rod provided a thread on X on Tuesday, revealing the heartbreaking reactions he saw as one of the lawmakers, Rep. Marie Gluesenkamp Perez (D-WA), departed the room weeping just a few minutes into the showing, clearly unable to watch the tape in its entirety.

Rod said that several lawmakers were seeing live coverage of the Hamas strike on Israel. Barely 5 minutes after entering the room, one of the group members came out sobbing.

Rep. Mike Lawler (R-NY) said that, after seeing what happened, no one could possibly call for a ceasefire without being entirely in the dark about the situation.

Michigan Democrat Representative Haley Stevens expressed complete devastation. He thought it was clear what we were up against after seeing the videos in which people cheer the deaths of Jews. The idea that anybody would support or approve of what Hamas committed that day was outrageous.

Florida Republican Congressman Byron Donalds said he had similar emotions while following the unfolding drama online. Israel must do whatever it must do to eliminate Hamas. Period.

According to reports, the use of hospitals by Hamas as bases for terrorism and hostage-taking was exposed, thanks in large part to the efforts of a covert military intelligence squad known as IDF Squad 504.

Unit 504 has received hundreds of messages from Gazan Arabs seeking to join them in fighting Hamas, evidently disgruntled with the terror regime’s leadership.

Unit 504 has questioned approximately 300 Hamas terrorists, notably several who were present when Hamas troops disrupted medical workers at Shifa Hospital.

According to Arutz Sheva, Israel and Hamas have agreed to a temporary ceasefire in exchange for the release of some of the captives.

On Thursday, the agreement will go into force, freeing 12 Israelis every day. The settlement reportedly included all the kids and the 13 mothers. Even if the right-wing parties are against the agreement, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will push it through with the left’s support.