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Israeli hostage, age 21 Mia Schem tells why she was not raped by Hamas terrorists during her 54-day detention.

Israeli hostage, age 21 Mia Schem tells why she was not raped by Hamas terrorists during her 54-day detention.

The 21-year-old French tattoo artist who was kidnapped and injured by Hamas militants has disclosed the one and only reason she was spared sexual assault by her kidnapper during her 54-day ordeal.



Schem, who holds dual citizenship with France, claimed that throughout the most of her stay in Gaza, her tormentor had her under continual observation in a dark room.




She claimed that the terrorist's family was starving and tormenting her, and she was afraid that she would die at any minute.


 


Israeli hostage, age 21 Mia Schem tells why she was not raped by Hamas terrorists during her 54-day detention.


In a recently published interview on Israeli TV, liberated hostage Mia Schem stated, "His wife was outside the room with the children." "That was the sole reason he refrained from raping me."




Schem remarked, "[I was] shut up in a pitch-black room, not permitted to speak, not allowed to be heard, not allowed to be seen. "A terrorist is watching you all the time, staring, and raping you with his gaze.


 


Israeli hostage, age 21 Mia Schem tells why she was not raped by Hamas terrorists during her 54-day detention.Israeli hostage, age 21 Mia Schem tells why she was not raped by Hamas terrorists during her 54-day detention.


Israeli hostage, age 21 Mia Schem tells why she was not raped by Hamas terrorists during her 54-day detention.


Schem, who occasionally broke down in tears as she described the experience, added, "There is fear of being raped, there is fear of dying."



"The fact that he and I were in the same room annoyed his wife." You feel like you need to break down a little and give another woman a hug.



 


You had nothing else there. But her eyes were so harsh, and she was so cruel.



Schem was one of the more than 200 Israelis held captive by extreme Hamas militants on October 7, during their covert attack that claimed the lives of over 1,200 people.



When the attackers entered and pursued the young Israeli festival attendees, she was at the Nova music festival close to the Gaza Strip border. During the invasion, the 21-year-old was shot in the arm.


 


Schem claimed that when she attempted to escape, terrorists fired at her car, setting it on fire, giving her no other options.




After being held captive in Gaza for 54 days, she was freed to the Red Cross.



"It was a snap decision to go with him or stay put and burn to death," she remarked.



After being forced onto a pickup truck, she was transported to Gaza, where her injured arm was bandaged with a homemade splint. Subsequently, she was brought to a Palestinian residence and detained.



She claimed in the TV interview that occasionally the place where she was being held captive was rocked by Israeli bombs from Israeli jets, and at one instance the windows were destroyed.




Schem stated, "I believed that if I didn't pass away on October 7th, I would pass away right away," but he also stated, "I trusted the military."



She still carries the wounds from her nightmare and contempt for the people who stole her freedom even after she was rescued.



She stated in the interview, "It was important to me to relay the truth about the nature of the people who live in Gaza, who they truly are, and what I experienced there."



What is it that you think the world should understand? that I experienced a Holocaust," Schem continued. "There, everyone is a terrorist."

 


Observe the Israeli captive In her first interview following her rescue, Mia Schem describes what life was like while she was held captive in Hamas. 

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