Israelis Reflect on Trauma of October 7 Attack, Commend India's Support
Israelis Reflect on Trauma of October 7 Attack, Commend India's Support

In Re’im and Sderot, Israel, the memories of the devastating Hamas attack from seven months ago are still vivid. Despite the tragedy, Israelis are showing remarkable resilience as they return to the places that were once scenes of horror.

Hamas gunmen stormed several locations in southern Israel, including the communities of Sderot and Re’im. In Re’im particularly, the wounds are still fresh from the assault during the Nova Music Festival, where young revelers became victims of senseless violence.

The community is still reeling from the loss of loved ones and the trauma of that fateful day. However, amidst the pain, there is gratitude for the solidarity shown by allies like India. One local Israeli expressed appreciation, calling India a "true friend" of Israel.

The attack, one of the deadliest by Hamas, prompted a significant Israeli counter-offensive in Gaza, resulting in widespread devastation. Yet, amid the destruction and sorrow, the spirit of resilience among Israelis remains unbroken.

As they rebuild and heal, the support from nations like India serves as a beacon of hope amidst the darkness of terrorism.

Israel's Ambassador to India, Naor Gilon, emphasized India's resolute stance against terrorism from the very outset. Gilon expressed gratitude for India's unwavering support following the heinous attack orchestrated by Hamas on October 7. He underscored Israel's deep appreciation for the Indian government's steadfast solidarity during this challenging time. Gilon's remarks highlight the strength of the bilateral relationship between Israel and India, particularly in the face of terrorism's global threat.

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