Hamas forced child hostages to watch ‘hor­ror film’ of Oct. 7 mas­sacre, fam­i­ly says

The aunt of a child hostage who was freed on Mon­day described how Hamas treats the chil­dren they hold cap­tive, reveal­ing that her nephew “expe­ri­enced hor­rors” in Gaza.
Deb­o­rah Cohen, the aunt of 12-year-old Eitan Yahalo­mi, told French news out­let BFM TV about the phys­i­cal and psy­cho­log­i­cal “abuse” chil­dren suf­fered at the hands of Hamas.
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“Every time a child cried, they threat­ened him with a gun to keep him qui­et,” Cohen said.
Cohen revealed that the chil­dren were forced to watch a “hor­ror film” mashup of the footage from the Oct. 7 Hamas ter­ror­ist attacks on south­ern Israel that claimed the lives of over 1,200 civil­ians.
She also told BFM TV that when her nephew, Yahalo­mi, arrived with the oth­er hostages in Gaza, “All the civil­ians, every­one hit him. We’re talk­ing about a 12-year-old child!”
Yahalo­mi was one of three Fran­co-Israeli chil­dren to be freed on Mon­day as part of Israel’s deal with Hamas to release hostages in exchange for a tem­po­rary cease­fire and the release of Pales­tin­ian pris­on­ers.
His grand­moth­er, Joce­lyne Goldap­per, expressed “joy” and grat­i­tude for the fact that “he will be able to live his life as a child that was stolen from him.”
As Yahalo­mi and the oth­er child hostages freed from Hamas recov­er, Cohen said her nephew will be underg …