New footage emerges of baby Bibas’s blood-soaked father being abducted by Hamas

The gunmen around Yarden Bibas can be seen celebrating his abduction


Horrific new footage has emerged of the father of 10-month-old Kfir Bibas – the youngest hostage taken by Hamas – drenched in his own blood and surrounded by terrorists before being taken into Gaza.

The gunmen around Yarden Bibas can be seen celebrating his abduction they film the kidnapping.

Kfir and his brother Ariel, 4, were kidnapped alongside Yarden’s wife Shiri on October 7.

Yarden had surrendered himself to his abductors in the hope that they would spare his wife and children.

The military wing of the Hamas terror announced the death of Kfir last November.

According to reports, the Al Qassam Brigades claimed that an Israeli airstrike killed Kfir, Shiri and Ariel in the Gaza Strip, but these claims were never verified.

It was thought the three were taken to Khan Younis under the control of a separate Palestinian militant group, believed to be the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.

Released hostage Nili Margalit, who spent nearly 50 days in Hamas captivity, revealed that she was with Yarden Bibas when Hamas terrorists told him his wife and two young children had been killed and ordered him to film a video in which he blamed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for refusing to bring their bodies back to Israel.

The IDF has said that the claims made by Hamas regarding the Bibas family have not been verified, and described them as “psychological terror.”

Jimmy Miller, first cousin to Kfir’s mother, Shiri Bibas, told Times of Israel in January: “We’re like robots now. We’re doing whatever we can to move things because we see things are not moving. We waited and waited and waited and we’ve met with everyone, with actors, famous people, thinkers, and they all hug us and listen to the story with empathy but we don’t feel that anyone’s doing anything.”

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