A group of Arabs from the Middle East and North Africa were deeply disturbed after viewing 47-minutes of Hamas’s October 7 atrocities during a screening at the Israeli consulate in Boston, Massachusetts.
“I was shocked — I couldn’t breathe,” Fatema Al Harbi from Bahrain told The Daily Wire. “I cried most of it.”
The group is part of a delegation meeting with American leaders and advocating for peace under the organization Sharaka, which was founded after the Abraham Accords. Members of the delegation included individuals from Syria, Lebanon, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, and Morocco.
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While much of the footage has been circulated online, the compilation does not blur faces of dead or alive adults, and includes videos that have not been released publicly. The consulate did not allow video cameras or cell phones in the screening room.
“I thought I saw enough on social media,” said Al Harbi, who is also the Sharaka’s Gulf affairs director. “There were more horrific acts and barbaric acts towards civilians — people sleeping in their beds.”
In total, the video shows over 120 bodies including children, videos of beheadings, houses…