UN report expected to confirm evidence of sexual violence by Hamas on Oct. 7

A UN report on sexual violence perpetrated by Hamas on October 7, set to be released today, is expected to present evidence proving that terrorists committed sexual crimes during their onslaught on southern Israeli communities including cases of rape, gang rape, sexual assault, and genital mutilation.

Pramila Patten, the UN’s Special Representative on Sexual Violence in Conflict, was in Israel last month to probe a wave of allegations of Hamas sexual violence on October 7, when thousands of terrorists burst across the border from Gaza, killing 1,200 people and kidnapping another 253, mostly civilians.

According to reports in Hebrew media, Patten’s report also confirms that female hostages held by Hamas in Gaza were subjected to sexual violence, and raises concerns that these crimes are ongoing.

It is believed that 134 hostages abducted by Hamas remain in Gaza — not all of them alive — including 20 women.

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