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Gal Gadot, Israeli stars involved in screenings of Hamas atrocities to Hollywood executives

Horrific footage to be shown in Los Angeles and New York

Scenes of houses destroyed when Hamas terrorists infiltrated Kibbutz Be'eri on October 7. (Photo: Edi Israel/Flash90)

A group of Israeli actors and directors will show Hollywood executives video footage of the atrocities committed by the Hamas terror organization during its brutal massacre of Israelis on Oct. 7, according to Israeli media reports.

Leading the effort are Oscar-winning Israeli director Guy Nativ and Israeli film star Gal Gadot, famous for playing Wonder Woman.

The footage was collected and compiled into a film by the IDF Spokesperson's Unit which showcases more than 40 minutes of the horrific acts carried out by Hamas terrorists in Israeli border communities on Oct. 7.

“The project started with two determined and strong women - Sarah Greenberg, who made the connection with the IDF, and the public relations officer Melissa Tsukerman, who pushed for the event to happen,” Nativ told Ynet News.

“I'm a humanist, I have Palestinian friends. But when I saw the horrific images from October 7, it reminded me of my grandfather, who said that during the Holocaust, the world stood by and did nothing when Jews were sent to gas chambers. As a filmmaker, I swore that these scenes from October 7 would not be forgotten, and the world would see them,” Nativ explained.

Actors, documentary filmmakers, directors and producers will be invited to the screening.

“People with a background in filmmaking, so we can show them this brutal movie that resembles films made about the Holocaust,” Nativ added.

Per the guidelines of the Israeli army, no filming or use of phones will be permitted during the screening.

The film, which contains extremely disturbing footage taken from the bodycams of the terrorists and CCTV recordings, was already screened in front of hundreds of foreign media correspondents.

At a recent screening for Israeli Knesset members, many could not stand the revolting images, with some leaving after just a few minutes, many breaking out in tears and one Knesset member even fainting shortly after the screening.

Last week, Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Gilad Erdan organized a screening of the video for a select audience, including high-ranking ambassadors and diplomats.

The All Israel News Staff is a team of journalists in Israel.

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