Wednesday, 17 April 2024
WorldIsraeli citizens who escaped from 'Tufan al-Aqsa' file a case against the...

Israeli citizens who escaped from ‘Tufan al-Aqsa’ file a case against the Israeli government and army |

Tel Aviv: Israeli citizens who survived the ‘Tufan al-Aqsa’ attack by Hamas on October 7 are taking legal action against the Israeli government, army and police. Israeli media reported that 42 people who participated in the Supernova music festival where many people were killed on the day of the incident filed a lawsuit seeking compensation.

The Israeli army, the Israeli defense ministry, the police force and the Shin Bet, the intelligence service, are the opposing parties in the case. A complaint was filed seeking compensation of Rs 466.57 crore ($56 million) from them.

About 3,500 people attended the Supernova music festival in southern Israel on October 7. 260 people were killed and many were taken hostage in the attack carried out by Hamas under the name of ‘Tufan al-Aqsa’.

The plaintiffs said that Israeli military personnel could have saved their lives with a single phone call and that the army was responsible for their mental and physical injuries.

At the same time, even after three months of Israel’s massacre in Gaza, not a single hostage has been released through military action. After killing 22,000 Palestinians, including women and children, the Israeli occupation forces have finally decided to withdraw several soldiers from the 5 Brigades from the ground war.

Popular content

Latest article

More article