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Hamas' Brutality Leaves Women as sex dolls, Causing Menstrual Disruptions- Freed prisoners describe horror

The Israeli Parliament confronts the shocking revelations of sexual and gender-based violence during the ongoing Gaza conflict. Survivors, released from Hamas captivity, share horrifying stories, prompting a dedicated parliamentary session. Concerns rise for those still held captive. Families demand action as the parliament addresses the grave issue amidst the escalating conflict.

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In an unprecedented move, the Israeli Parliament, or Knesset, convened a session on Tuesday dedicated to addressing the alarming rise in sexual and gender-based violence amid the ongoing conflict with Hamas terrorists in Gaza. The discussion, prompted by a report from the Israeli newspaper YnetNews, shed light on the harrowing experiences of women who labeled their ordeal as "hell on Earth."

Chen Goldstein-Almog, a fortunate survivor released by Hamas, recounted the terrible conditions faced by women who had essentially become "sex dolls" for the militant group. She revealed that multiple women in captivity had endured rape, with some not experiencing their menstrual cycles for an extended period—a potential indication of pregnancies.

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Expressing deep concern, Almog stated, "They turned the girls into their dolls, that they can do whatever they want with." She emphasized the urgent need to bring the captive women back, citing dire physical conditions and the looming threat of danger from their captors.

Earlier, a group of relatives of Israelis held hostage by Hamas militants disrupted a parliamentary committee session, urging lawmakers to intensify efforts for the release of their loved ones. Images of family members seized during the October 7 Hamas rampage were displayed, emphasizing the urgency of the situation. The session underscored the ongoing struggle as families seek the return of the remaining hostages, amplifying the gravity of the conflict.

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