Dancers reinterpret Hamas massacre at Knesset conference on sexual violence

Sam Sokol is the Times of Israel's political correspondent. He was previously a reporter for the Jerusalem Post, Jewish Telegraphic Agency and Haaretz. He is the author of "Putin’s Hybrid War and the Jews"

Lawmakers and other participants in a Knesset conference on weaponized sexual violence are shown a so-called “No Silence Fashion show,” in which women dressed to represent the victims of October 7 engage in interpretive dance to highlight the events of that day.

Dancers are dressed as avatars of the grim stages of the massacre, from dance party to rape and hostage taking, with women wearing artificially bloodstained clothes making their way through the parliament’s Negev Hall.

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