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U.N. Expert Will Investigate Reports of Sex Crimes by Hamas, Israel Says
The official accepted Israel’s invitation and is expected to go there soon, the foreign ministry said. Hamas has denied that its fighters committed sex crimes during the Oct. 7 attacks.
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- Jan. 10, 2024
The United Nations’ special representative on sexual violence in conflict has accepted Israel’s invitation to investigate allegations of sex crimes committed by Hamas on Oct. 7, a spokesman for Israel’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said on Tuesday.
The U.N. official, Pramila Patten, is expected to come to Israel within weeks and has been granted investigative authority by the foreign ministry, said the spokesman, Lior Haiat.
Ms. Patten “plans on briefing the media on the basis of the findings of her visit upon return to New York,” said Géraldine Boezio, a spokeswoman for her office.
On Wednesday, a Hamas spokesman, Dr. Basem Naim, said that “in principle,” Hamas welcomed “any neutral, fair, transparent and professional investigation” so long as the process involved “investigating both sides and building its judgment on genuine” evidence. The statement insisted that evidence of sexual assault should come from “biological samples” obtained through forensic examinations.
In cases of widespread sexual violence during a war, experts say it is not unusual to have limited forensic evidence. Adil Haque, a Rutgers law professor and war crimes expert, said: “Armed conflict is so chaotic. People are more focused on their safety than on building a criminal case down the road.”
Very often, he said, sex crime cases will be prosecuted years later on the basis of testimony from victims and witnesses. “The eyewitness might not even know the name of the victim,” he added. “But if they can testify as, ‘I saw a woman being raped by this armed group,’ that can be enough.”
Last month, The New York Times published an investigation that uncovered new details showing a pattern of rape, mutilation and extreme brutality against women during the Hamas-led attack on Israel on Oct. 7.
The Times verified video footage and used photographs, GPS data from mobile phones and interviews with more than 150 people, including witnesses, medical personnel, soldiers and rape counselors, to establish that the attacks were not isolated events but part of a broader pattern of gender-based violence.
In response to the Times investigation, Hamas said in a statement that the group’s leaders “categorically deny such allegations” and called them a part of Israel’s attempt to justify the killing of Palestinian civilians.
The group’s statement on Dec. 31 added that Hamas fighters’ “religion, values and culture” forbid such acts, and asserted that the short duration of the attack before the assailants withdrew to Gaza made the allegations implausible. It said it would welcome any international inquiries into the allegations.
Hamas has also denied committing atrocities against civilians in the Oct. 7 attack, but extensive witness testimony and documentary evidence, including videos posted on social media by Hamas fighters, indicate that Hamas gunmen in uniform killed civilians in their homes, in cars, on the streets and in other settings.
On Monday, two U.N. human rights experts said that the violence committed during the Hamas-led incursion, including sexual atrocities, amounted to war crimes, if not crimes against humanity. In its statement on Wednesday, Hamas said those experts did not “have access to the investigators’ evidence.”
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of Israel struck a defiant tone in marking 100 days of war against Hamas , vowing to keep fighting despite international alarm over the mounting loss of life in Gaza and the specter of a regional war .
With the U.S.-led attacks against the Houthi militia in Yemen , there is no longer a question of whether the Israel-Hamas war will escalate into a wider conflict. The question is whether it can be contained .
Hamas said that two of the hostages captured on Oct. 7 had been killed in Israeli airstrikes and released images that appeared to show their bodies, but the Israeli military cast doubt on the claim.
Recovering the Dead: Israeli volunteers were among the first to reach the victims of the Oct. 7 attacks. The trauma of what they witnessed may last a lifetime .
Split Views: As their country stands accused of committing genocide in Gaza, Israelis see the charge as a perversion of history. But for Palestinians, it creates a fleeting sense of historic justice .
Looming Starvation: A U.N.-affiliated panel said that Gaza, where lengthy inspections and logistical issues are hindering the delivery of aid , could tip into famine very soon . International laws to protect people from human-made famines offer little help .
Collateral Damage: Israel’s technology sector has grown rapidly over the past decade. But the war’s economic impact on tech companies has shaken confidence in an industry that has become a key driver of the country’s economy.
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Woman Wakes Up To Gunfire in Her Bedroom and Dead Husband in Kitchen in New Dateline
Dateline correspondent Andrea Canning described the chilling tale to NBC Insider as "truly one of the most outrageous cases" she's ever encountered.
Shots in the night unraveled a Texas murder-for-hire plot reminiscent of a Hollywood movie script.
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The shocking story of survival — and death — will play out in an all-new Dateline NBC Friday, January 12 at 9/8c, chillingly titled “Ghosts Can’t Talk.”
As the official synopsis explains: “When Corey Shaughnessy wakes up to gunfire in the middle of the night, she shoots at the intruder and miraculously survives, only to discover that her husband Ted has been killed. Detectives wonder if the couple’s job as local jewelry shop owners could be a possible motive until the investigation takes a turn that no one saw coming.”
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After years chasing down the story, correspondent Andrea Canning sat down with Corey as she shared her harrowing ordeal.
“It was like a movie script, only it was real life,” Canning told NBC Insider . “My heart broke for her. It’s truly one of the most outrageous cases I’ve covered.”
What happened to Corey and Ted Shaughnessy?
As Corey explains in a terrifying preview clip for the new Dateline episode, she had been asleep in her bed when she woke up to gunfire and grabbed the .357 she always kept above her bed and opened fire on her unknown assailant. “I do not remember the sound of my gun,” she said. “I remember seeing the muzzle from the opposite gun. He’s shooting at me and I’m shooting at him.”
After running out of ammo and believing she was moments away from death, Corey somehow made her way to the kitchen where she found Ted, her husband of 30 years, dead on the floor. “Oh God,” an agonized Corey screamed to a 911 dispatcher.
The dispatcher assured her police were on the way and instructed her to open the front door after confirming there were “units on the scene.”
“There’s no one here,” a stunned Corey said in the final moments of the preview video.
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Canning adds in the clip: “No police. Just silence and the beginning of a mystery where nothing would be where it seemed."
The Dateline correspondent told NBC Insider that Corey has a powerful message everyone should hear.
“The woman, the widow at the center of this, Corey Shaughnessy, said one thing that everyone needs to realize is that your whole life can change in a second. Don’t take anything for granted.”
After spending years working to track down interviews in the case, even Canning found herself surprised by the twists and turns the case would take.
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“The most surprising thing in all this is that you can give someone everything; your love, your time, your money... and the ultimate betrayal can still happen,” Canning told NBC Insider .
The upcoming episode will also include interviews with Nicolas Shaughnessy, the son of Corey and Ted, along with Travis County Sheriff’s investigators James Moore and Paul Salo, Defense Attorney Rick Flores, family friends Tad Cole and Vicki Frenk, and more.
“It was not an easy story to put together and there were times I thought it would never air, but very satisfying when so many of those involved trusted us with their story in the end,” Canning said.
To see the dramatic story unfold, tune in to “Ghosts Can’t Talk” on Dateline NBC Friday, January 12 at 9/8c on NBC, or stream it the following day on Peacock .
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