PHOTOS of smiling infants hang next to their bullet-ridden coat pegs in a bloodstained nursery devastated by Hamas terrorists 12 days ago.
And a children’s plastic slide stands among the carnage Israel’s Be’eri Kibbutz where more than 100 victims are reported to have died.to bicycles and scooters — abandoned in the horrific attack on
Doug SeeburgChildren’s bikes littered by a bullet ridden wall at the horror scene[/caption]
Doug SeeburgNick Parker at the blood stained nursery in Be’eri Kibbutz, Israel, where many are reported to have died[/caption]
Doug SeeburgThe bloodstained nursery was devastated by Hamas terrorists 12 days ago[/caption]
Doug SeeburgThe most telling sign of horror was the pool of dried blood at the entrance[/caption]
A huge pool of dried blood marks the spot where the monsters who swarmed out of Gaza three miles away brought murder and mayhem to a community.
The village can only be reached with an armed military escort.
We first spotted a poster of a cuddly blue Smurf — peppered with bullets.
Then we slipped away to climb a short flight of stairs to the nursery’s playground.
No one appeared to have walked there since the day of the massacres which claimed some 1,400 lives in villages near the border.
The smell hit us before we reached a nightmare scene at the complex’s brightly-painted entrance.
Wind chime mobiles twisted and tinkled eerily in the breeze.
It is impossible to know exactly what happened here.
But it was a Jewish sabbath when the nursery would have been closed.
Chilling signs we found suggest the nursery may have become a place of refuge for fleeing families as terrorists went house to house on their killing spree.
Hundreds of them swarmed into Be’eri early on Saturday October 7.
Drag marks in the blood at the tiled entrance tell of a desperate bid to pull a dead or injured victim clear.
But the most telling sign ofwas the pool of dried blood at the entrance.
Bullet casings were strewn around. Both clips — which usually contain 30 bullets — had been emptied.
Was this the spot where families were butchered?
An Israeli soldier told us as we left: “This place has many terrible secrets — and we’re sadly finding more and more every day.
“Many children died here — some horribly mutilated.”
Doug SeeburgBullet holes pictured above children coat pegs at the scene[/caption]
Doug SeeburgAn Israeli soldier told The Sun: ‘This place has many terrible secrets’[/caption]
Doug SeeburgThey added: ‘Many children died here — some horribly mutilated’[/caption]
Doug SeeburgBlood and bullet holes seen on the walls of the ravaged nursery[/caption]Leave a comment