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22years, Shani Louk allegedly Video Viral on Social Media

In a troubling development in the ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict, which started last Saturday, October 7th, a video depicting the tragic end of Shani Louk, a 30-year-old German Girl who had traveled to Israel to attend a music festival, shocked the world. By mistake believing Shani Louk to be an Israeli soldier, Hamas militants captured her and brutally executed her.

The horrifying incident in which Hamas members parade the lifeless, nak*ed body of a young woman through the streets is shown in the video, which quickly went viral online. Throughout this macabre procession, the woman was the target of mockery and scorn.

This unsettling video provides compelling proof of the tragic incident. For Shani’s mother and cousin, a tattoo on the victim’s leg made it clear that it was Shani, confirming the tragic loss felt by her family.

The mother of Shani Louk asserts that her daughter is still alive.

One of the most horrifying pictures from the Hamas incursions into Israeli territory was of German national Shani Louk, 22, lying face down in the back of a Hamas car, nak*ed, covered in blood, and apparently dead.

The reasons she was in Israel for the music festival for peace have since been discovered by online sleuths on her social media profiles.

As outrage and condemnation over the Hamas attack have grown, images of her lifeless body have gone viral online.

In an absolutely bizarre turn of events, however, her mother has stated that she thinks her daughter is still alive and is seriously ill in a Gaza hospital.

The mother of Shani Louk has received word’ that her daughter is still alive.

The story has many facets, each more perplexing than the last, but Louk’s mother claims that she has been informed that her daughter is alive in Palestine.

We now have proof that Shani is still alive but in critical condition due to a severe head injury. Every second counts, Ricarda Louk said to Bild.

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