Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations, Gilad Erdan, joined forces with the Israeli Consulate in New York to organize a screening of "Hamas's alleged atrocities" for ambassadors and diplomats on Friday.
During the screening, a compilation of footage depicting what the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) claim to be Hamas atrocities was shown to a diverse audience, including UN ambassadors, senior diplomats, and Consul Generals. The material presented during the screening included graphic content, including documentation of numerous murders.
The event drew the participation of ambassadors and diplomats from various countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Albania, Canada, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Cyprus, Greece, Guatemala, Hungary, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Poland, and Fiji, among others.
Ambassador Erdan said: "We will continue to present the atrocities committed by the Hamas Nazis against innocent civilians at the UN, to ambassadors, senior diplomats, and any decision-maker or influencer to show and remind the world that we are dealing with a terrorist organization whose goal is the destruction of Israel."
"The horrors and joy for murder in the video illustrate this in the most powerful way. Israel will not stop and there will be no ceasefire until we meet the goals we have set: destroying Hamas and bringing our hostages home," he added.
Israel's Acting Consul General in New York Aviv Ezra said: "We will not stop reminding the world of the unimaginable cruelty of Hamas, especially now that the operation in the Gaza Strip is intensifying. It is important that the world understands why it is critical to continue the operation until the Hamas threat is removed and the hostages are returned."
(With Agency Inputs)