Israeli virtual reality company Treedis has a unique exhibition on display using virtual reality to present the unprecedented Hamas atrocities committed against Israeli civilian communities on Oct. 7.

The exhibition offers viewers realistic, ground-level insight into the horror that Israeli men, women and children experienced on that 'Black Shabbat,' when Hamas terror operatives slaughtered more than 1,200 Israelis and kidnapped around 240 Israeli and foreign nationals.

The purpose of the exhibition is to transport the viewers to the time and place of the Hamas crimes in southern Israeli communities and to help them understand the extent of the devastation and the magnitude of the events that took place on Oct. 7 Viewers will be able to witness burned houses and experience the panic of the Israeli victims’ and their calls for help during the lethal Hamas terror assault.

Read the full article at All Israel News.

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