Two Hamas terrorists killed in high-speed shoot-out caught on camera

Two Hamas terrorists are killed in high-speed freeway shoot-out caught on camera as Israeli motorcycle cop chases them down while firing pistol

  • Headcam footage shows the chase ending in the deaths of two Hamas fighters 
  • The pair are understood to have been killed on Highway 25, just north of Nevitot
  • They were travelling towards Israel’s border with Gaza 

Two Hamas terrorists were killed in a high-speed chase down an Israeli highway after a cop shot them with a pistol while firing his pistol. 

Israel’s police released a video of the incident, which is understood to have taken place on Highway 25, just north of the city of Nevitot, which lies just five miles from the border with Gaza. 

Headcam footage, which appears to shows that the chase was heading towards Israel’s border with Gaza, shows the motorcycle-riding officer taking out his service weapon and firing upon a gray car with its boot open. 

After the officer fires his weapon three times, the car is seen slowing down and turning to the rightly slightly, before coming to a full stop.

Two more police officers can be seen getting out of a police car and rapidly firing upon the vehicle. 

After the officer fires his weapon three times, the car is seen slowing down and turning to the rightly slightly

Israeli police said its officers killed two Hamas terrorists

The officer said ‘eliminated, eliminated’ as he shot the pair

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The officer can be heard saying ‘eliminated, eliminated’ in Hebrew, before radioing in that ‘two terrorists’ were killed. 

The cop then goes over to the car, where a pair of limp arms can be seen in the lap of an unnamed man. 

It is not known exactly when the video was taken, but it appears to have been shot as deaths in the bloodiest conflict between Israel and Palestine for decades have skyrocketed in the last four days. 

Palestine’s health ministry said today that Israeli forces have killed 704 people, including 143 children and 105 women. 

Israel, meanwhile, says that Hamas has killed over 900 people since Saturday, since the terror group launched a complex attack on Israel. 

Israeli Police said in a post to X, formerly Twitter, that officers from the country’s border guard assisted in the incident. 

The terrorists’ deaths come hours after new dashcam footage of Hamas militants opening fire on unarmed civilians was published. 

The footage was captured on a dashboard camera with a timestamp of 7.39am on Saturday morning, less than two hours after the surprise attack was launched. 

The video opens with the car speeding down an otherwise abandoned road in southern Israel. One car is seen pulled over, while another is seen tipped on its side.

As the vehicle rounds a bend in the road, dark-clad figures are seen in the distance, prompting the driver to slow the car down.

This is the shocking moment Hamas militants opened fire on an Israeli civilian vehicle as its driver tried to flee the unprecedented assault by the terror group

Pictured: Aerial footage shows the aftermath of an attack on the Nova music Festival by Palestinian militants, near Kibbutz Reim in the Negev desert in southern Israel on October 8

Several cars – some of them burnt-out – are seen pulled over to the side of the road  after people fled the Nova music festival in southern Israel

Footage shows terrified young Israelis fleeing Hamas militants as they launched a deadly attack on those attending the desert Nova music festival

As the car decelerates, one of these figures walks out into the middle of the road and another appears from the bushes down the left-hand-side of the tarmac.

It quickly becomes clear that the two men are armed, and as the car steers to go around the first man, he raises a rifle and opens fire on the vehicle.

Somehow, the driver manages initially to avoid the first two Hamas militants, but as the car steers around them, more fighters appear further down the road.

Suddenly, the windscreen shatters as bullets slam into the car. It continues to roll down the road towards what is now in the footage clearly a Hamas roadblock.

At least four more militants can be seen firing on the car, which veers slowly to the left and eventually comes to a halt when it crashes into the back of another vehicle that is pulled over to the side of the road – suggesting the driver has been shot dead. 

It also comes after unearthed footage revealed that asenior Hamas commander warned that the group sees the domination of Israel as only the beginning. 

Footage of Hamas leader Mahmoud al-Zahar re-emerged, with the 78-year-old co-founder of the group vowing that they envisaged controlling an area far beyond Israel.

‘When we speak about the army of Jerusalem and the Battle of the Promise of the Hereafter, we are not talking about liberating our land alone,’ he said in a December to MEMRI TV – a news channel from the Israeli-founded, DC-based Middle East Media Research Institute.

‘We believe in what our Prophet Muhammad said: “Allah drew the ends of the world near one another for my sake, and I have seen its eastern and western ends. The dominion of my nation would reach those ends that have been drawn near me.”Al-Zahar said he believes ultimately the whole world will fall into line with their views.

‘The entire 510 million square kilometers of Planet Earth will come under [a system] where there is no injustice, no oppression, no Zionism, no treacherous Christianity and no killings and crimes like those being committed against the Palestinians, and against the Arabs in all the Arab countries, in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and other countries,’ he said.

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