'Their blood is on my hands!' Israel reveals harrowing recording of Gaza terrorist boasting to family about killing Jews

In near-three-minute recording from phone of Oct. 7 massacre victim, man heard saying 'I killed her and her husband, I killed ten with my own hands' as his family lavishes him with praise

Recording of a conversation between a terrorist and his family in Gaza from the phone of one of the October 7 massacre victims
(Video: IDF Spokesperson's Unit)

During Tuesday’s UN Security Council meeting, Foreign Minister Eli Cohen presented a blood-curdling recorded conversation in which a Hamas terrorist boasts to his family in the Gaza Strip about massacring Jews.
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The Shin Bet and IDF retrieved the recording from a cellphone belonging to an Israeli victim of the October 7 attack that had been used by the terrorist.
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Recording of a conversation between a terrorist and his family in Gaza from the phone of one of the October 7 massacre victims
Recording of a conversation between a terrorist and his family in Gaza from the phone of one of the October 7 massacre victims
Recording of a conversation between a terrorist and his family in Gaza from the phone of one of the October 7 massacre victims
(Photo: IDF Spokesperson's Unit)
In the near-three-minute recording, a man is heard talking to his father, ecstatically urging him to open the instant messaging app WhatsApp to "look how many I killed with my own hands, you son killed Jews". The father lavishes praise on his son with enthusiasm as other family members are also heard joining the celebration.
"I killed her and her husband. I killed ten with my own hands," he rejoices shortly before his mother is heard exclaiming "Oh my son, God bless you" through the phone.
The man in the recording is heard saying he is calling from Kibbutz Mefalsim, a small farming community near the Gaza Strip border that saw intense clashes between Hamas terrorists and local security personnel during the October 7 attack.
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