German woman who was paraded naked by Hamas terrorists (right) and her mother (left).

Mother of German Woman Paraded by Hamas Believes Her Daughter is Alive

The mother of Shani Louk, a 22-year-old German woman who was publicly humiliated by Hamas militants, has received information suggesting that her daughter might still be alive, according to reports from German news outlet Der Spiegel.

In a self-recorded video message shared on the internet, Shani’s mother, Ricarda Louk, revealed that a family friend in the Gaza Strip informed her that her daughter is currently in critical condition with a severe head injury but is alive and being treated in a Hamas hospital. She urgently appealed to the German government to assist in getting Shani to safety.

“We now have information that Shani is alive but has a serious head injury and is in critical condition. Every minute is critical. And we ask…no, we demand the German government to act quickly,” Ricarda emphasized in the video.

She implored the German authorities to expedite Shani’s rescue, emphasizing that the question of jurisdiction should not hinder immediate action. She pleaded, “This is really my desperate call to the entire country of Germany to help me get my Shani back home healthy.”

The family friend who conveyed the message about Shani’s survival was reportedly not allowed to visit her in the hospital.

Shani Louk, a tattoo artist, was attending the Tribe of Supernova music festival near the Gaza Strip when it was infiltrated by Hamas fighters. She was captured by the militants and subjected to humiliation, paraded through the streets in the back of a pickup truck, an incident that was captured on video and circulated widely.

Shani’s family had previously received information from her bank suggesting that her credit card had been used in Gaza, raising concerns that she may have been a victim of theft.

The recent Hamas attack on Israel via land, sea, and air on the same day as the music festival resulted in the abduction of over 150 people. These hostages are being held in various locations within Gaza, and the details of their well-being and whereabouts remain uncertain.

The majority of these abductions occurred at the music festival that Shani Louk and approximately 3,500 other young attendees were partaking in when it was targeted by Hamas gunmen. Tragically, up to 260 people lost their lives during the festival due to the attack.

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