Freed Hostage Drops Bombshell: “I was…”

( – On October 7, Hamas militants entered Israel, killed more than 1,100 people, and kidnapped over 200. In November, the terrorist organization released more than a dozen hostages. One of those victims is now speaking about what allegedly happened when she was kidnapped.

Nili Margalit is traveling across Europe to talk about what happened to her on October 7. According to reports, the emergency room nurse was in her home around 6:30 a.m. on the day of the attack when she heard sirens going off, warning Israelis of incoming rockets. She said she ran to her safe room and remained there for three hours, while WhatsApp messages poured in and warned her that terrorists were in Kibbutz Nir Oz, her community.

Margalit said that she was inside the safe room when terrorists set fire to her house and pulled her out. They threw her onto a golf cart and covered her body with a white sheet, then drove her to the border of the Gaza Strip. The kidnapping victim claims the people who kidnapped her were civilians with guns, not members of Hamas.

The 42-year-old healthcare worker alleges the people with the guns sold her to Hamas. She said she was taken to a tunnel where about 30 others were, including some individuals from her community. She told reporters the Israeli men had injuries to their legs and swollen faces.

When the terrorists began splitting them up into smaller groups, Margalit claims she told them she was a nurse. The militants put her in a group of older people so she could help them. That’s how she became part of the group released in late November.

The survivor said she doesn’t believe any Palestinian civilians are innocent. She alleges even babies are taught to hate Jews.

Margalit’s story has not been verified by the Israeli government. Officials have repeatedly stated that armed Hamas terrorists carried out the kidnappings in Kibbutz Nir Oz.

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