חקירת מחבלי החמאסתקשורת שב״כ

Shin Bet interrogations of terrorists Adham Husa and Ismail Husa, Hamas terrorists who infiltrated Israel on October 7, offered new details on how the October 7 massacres were carried out.

In their interrogations, the pair described how they kidnapped Thai and Nepalese citizens from Kibbutz Alumim's agricultural areas, placed them on an ambulance at the border, and traveled with them to Shifa Hospital in Gaza.

In their interrogations, they detailed the chain of events from the moment they entered Israel until the hostages were brought to Shifa.

"I crossed the border through a breach which allowed me to cross on foot. Afterwards I got on a white Magnum jeep and we traveled to the gate of the town, which was closed. We went over the gate and went inside, to the area where the farmers' rooms were."

"Two people who were with me took someone and went out with him. Afterwards, I brought, in addition to the two hostages, another one."

The terrorists also said, "We put the hostages on an ambulance, where Abu Khaled asked one of the hostages, 'What is your name?' But he didn't understand what he was asking him. The other hostage hinted to him: 'Thailand.' And then we understood that they both had the same citizenship and most likely they were workers. They told us to travel with the ambulance to Shifa Hospital."

"At Shifa, the first hostage was standing on his feet, and we brought him in walking. The second hostage was brought into the elevator and carried him on a stretcher. The second they brought into a room, where there was one armed person, and outside the room there were two who were armed.

"From the injured hostage I heard only one word: 'Thailand. Thailand.' And he was quiet."

They also revealed: "Outside the hospital building there was a jeep. I got on it with the hostage and another guy. They covered his head and placed a mask on him, so that no one would recognize him."