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Note on Hamas terrorist’s body calls for beheading victims

Queen Rania of Jordan casts doubt on Hamas's atrocities during CNN interview, accuses the world of a “double standard.”

Hamas documents confiscated by the Israel Defense Forces, Oct. 15, 2023. Credit: IDF.
Hamas documents confiscated by the Israel Defense Forces, Oct. 15, 2023. Credit: IDF.

A hand-written note found on the body of one of the terrorists who took part in Hamas’s Oct. 7 massacre contains an exhortation to decapitate victims and extract their hearts and livers, the Israeli military revealed on Wednesday.  

“Know that this enemy of yours is a disease that has no cure, other than beheading and extracting the hearts and livers!” a translation of the Arabic language missive reads.

The note was earlier disclosed to CBS News.

“The world needs to understand it’s not an issue of Palestinians and Israelis, it’s an issue of a crime against humanity,” IDF spokesperson Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari told CBS.

Meanwhile, in an interview with CNN on Tuesday, Queen Rania of Jordan, who is of Palestinian descent, cast doubt on Hamas’s atrocities, including beheadings of children, and accused the world of a “double standard” on Palestinian deaths in Gaza.

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