A survivor of the Hamas festival massacre has revealed how she had to hide under her boyfriend’s corpse in the back of a container as terrorists crossed the border into Israel and massacred innocent civilians.
Israeli model Noam Mazal Ben-David, 27, was forced to play dead for two hours surrounded by a pile of corpses after her partner David Neman and dozens of others were shot by Hamas terrorists who shouted “Allahu Akbar” in front of her.
She lost blood rapidly after being shot in the foot and hip, but knew she had to remain silent to avoid being killed by the ruthless gunmen.
Noam and her boyfriend were among the terrified partygoers who fled for their lives as they were chased on foot by Hamas gunmen as rockets rained from the sky.
The weekend-long outdoor rave, billed as a celebration of “friends, love and infinite freedom,” became an unimaginable bloodbath when Hamas terrorists descended on the Supernova Festival in southern Israel, killing 260 people.
Noam Mazal Ben-David (with boyfriend), 27, was forced to play dead for two hours surrounded by a pile of corpses after her partner David Neman and dozens of others were shot by Hamas terrorists
Disturbing footage shows the moment Noam hid in a container as carnage unfolded at the Supernova festival
Noam lost blood rapidly after being shot in the foot and hip, but knew she had to remain silent to avoid being killed. Here she is depicted recovering in a wheelchair
The couple arrived at the festival at 6:30 a.m. on October 7, completely unaware that it would be a day when Hamas would unleash terror on Israel and slaughter 1,400 Israelis, many of whom were civilians.
She described the moment she was told by security to run for her life as terrorists sprayed bullets across the festival. Emphatic: ‘They surrounded us and just kept shooting, non-stop.
‘I heard a girl shouting: ‘Please don’t take me. Just leave me alone’. But they still kidnapped her. They did terrible things to her.’
Noam, who had been unable to flee in her car because terrorists blocked the exits, recalled how they desperately called family and friends, sharing their locations and pleading for help.
She described how one of the partygoers who was in the jail with them shouted that she had been seen by the gunmen.
‘As the Hamas gunmen approached, David took me and threw me in the back of the container, telling me to go as deep as I could and hide. One of them jumped in and shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’. A bomb went off and they started shooting non-stop,” she said.
“It was Russian roulette as to who would get a bullet.”
Noam heartbreakingly revealed how her boyfriend David was shot in the chest, while a girl lying on top of her was shot in the shoulder.
Noam (pictured) closed her eyes and expected to die, but miraculously survived when she was shot in the foot and hip
An Israeli officer walks through the grounds of the Super Nova Festival in Re’im, Israel on Tuesday. Festival goers left their belongings behind and fled from Hamas terrorists
This image shows how Hamas terrorists invaded the festival in southern Israel and massacred civilians
It was at this moment that Noam closed her eyes, never expecting to open them again. She miraculously survived despite being shot in the foot and hip.
The ruthless terrorists had assumed she was dead as she lay among the pile of bodies.
Noam called her family to tell them David had been killed and admitted she didn’t think she would make it.
The artist was eventually found by the Israeli army, who provided her with life-saving assistance.
Noam was one of only four of the sixteen hiding in the container to survive.
In the weeks following the festival massacre, grim footage showed Hamas gunmen immediately opening fire on hundreds of terrified Israeli partygoers as they fled for their lives.
Video taken from a terrorist’s truck shows the rampaging gunmen driving down a road, covered in the bodies of their already killed victims and their bullet-riddled cars, unleashing even more horrors that defy belief.
It was here that the gunmen, attracted by the sound of crackling gunfire ahead, saw hundreds of screaming youths running across the next field of the festival where they had seen their friends shot dead by Hamas terrorists.
Within seconds of Hamas terrorists seeing hundreds of terrified Israeli festival-goers running for their lives across a field, the gunmen mercilessly shot them, one by one, without hesitation, sickening images.
An aerial photo shows the deserted site of the October 7 attack on the Supernova Desert Music Festival
Israeli Army soldiers search the remains of a torched vehicle for forensic evidence at the scene of the October 7 attack on the Supernova Desert Music Festival
Terrified revelers were seen fleeing the festival on foot, running across the sand and trying to jump into cars as Hamas terrorists fired shots
Without hesitation, two gunmen raised their assault rifles and, one after the other, began shooting at the fleeing revelers. Within seconds, dozens of other terrorists jumped out of their pickup trucks and started taking potshots as well.
Some fired from a machine gun-mounted truck, while a gunman jumped onto the hood of a slain victim’s abandoned car to fire over the trees at the screaming partygoers, mowing them down one by one with their hail of bullets.
The sickening sound of gunfire lasted for forty seconds – the terrorists were unrelenting in their brutality. Apparently they decide there are no more victims to shoot, and we see the shooters return to their trucks before the video disappears.
The terrorists also released graphic videos showing the gunmen dragging screaming mothers and their young children to waiting trucks before driving them from their neighborhoods.
Among the videos was one in which student Noa Argamini, 25, shouted “don’t kill me” as she was dragged away from the Nova festival by laughing Hamas gunmen. Her whereabouts are unknown.
Student Noa Argamini, 25, was filmed shouting ‘don’t kill me’ as she was dragged away from the Nova festival by laughing Hamas gunmen
For more than six hours, thousands of festival goers hid without help from the Israeli army as Hamas militants fired automatic gunfire and threw grenades.
Another tragic victim of the festival was Shani Louk, who was kidnapped by Hamas terrorists at the Nova electronic festival and paraded on the back of a truck.
For more than three weeks, Ms. Louk’s family prayed that the German-Israelis could be saved from the terrorists.
But Ms Louk’s mother and sister announced last week that she was dead after a bone was found from the base of her skull.
Harrowing images from the festival’s aftermath showed abandoned vehicles and tents belonging to revelers who had traveled from far and wide to dance in the desert.
Since Hamas launched an unprecedented attack on Israel, killing 1,400 people and taking about 240 hostages, Israel has retaliated by ruthlessly bombing Gaza.
More than 9,000 people have been killed in Tel Aviv’s retaliation, which included a ground assault on the territory, according to the Hamas-run Health Ministry in Gaza.
The growing death toll since the deadly Hamas attacks on October 7 has sparked a large number of protests in Britain, with thousands of pro-Palestinian supporters taking to the streets in London, Glasgow and Belfast on Saturday to demand a ceasefire to demand.