Prominent news networks, including Fox News, CNN, and France 24, extensively covered the ongoing investigation led by the Israel Police force, Lahav 433, into grave sexual crimes committed by Hamas terrorists during the October 7th massacre.

The terrorist, a member of Hamas' Nukhbar commando unit, was observed and apprehended while attempting to re-enter the Gaza Strip following a period of over two weeks within Israel.

The BBC has steadfastly refused to refer to the group as terrorists, instead using the term “militants”. BBC executives have claimed that they cannot use the term terrorists because it would violate impartiality standards.

Nayef Rajoub, a senior member of the Hamas terrorist group and the brother of senior Palestinian Authority (PA) figure Jibril Rajoub, is currently recuperating in a private hospital in Tel Aviv after apparently having undergone spine surgery.

A museum of journalism located in Washington, D.C., has honored two fallen Hamas terrorists that used to work for Al Aqsa TV.