TERRIFYING footage shows the moment a young woman is kidnapped and dragged away by Hamas terrorists as she pleads for her life.
Noa Argamani was at a festival in the desert when the militants dragged her away on a motorcycle as she begged: “Don’t kill me.”
The disturbing footage shows her with her arms outstretched as she begs them to let her go.
The 25-year-old university student screams “Don’t kill me! No, no, no,” as the gunmen speed away with her trapped between them.
Her boyfriend, Avi Nathan, is held nearby by two other terrorists as he watches in horror at his helpless girlfriend.
Both are now missing.
Noa’s family only found out she had been kidnapped when they came across the disturbing footage online.
Since the kidnapping, additional photos of her being held at an unknown location have apparently been circulating on the Internet.
Noa sits on cushions on the floor and appears anxious as she sips from a bottle of water.
The young couple were at a festival in the desert when they had to flee Hamas terrorists.
Hundreds of revelers had gathered for a music rave near Kibbutz Re’im near the Gaza Strip to celebrate the end of the religious holiday of Sukkot.
The festival soon descended into chaos as Palestinian terrorists fired rockets and gunfire at the crowd of unsuspecting festival-goers.
Footage circulating on social media showed hundreds of people screaming and crying trying to escape.
Her university roommate, Amir Moadi, said: “Imagine what it’s like for her family.”
“I was supposed to go to the desert party, but decided against it at the last minute,” he said MailOnline.
“The last time we heard from her was around 10 or 11 this morning when she texted all of us telling us that terrorists had opened fire and were chasing everyone but that they were both hiding in safety.
“We haven’t heard from them since then, but then unfortunately we saw the disturbing videos of their abduction online. One of them on the back of a bike with terrorists.”
“The family agrees that we release this because they want her released and hope someone can help.”
“Their parents are in shock and can’t even speak. She’s an only child.”
“She’s such a lovely, positive woman, always friendly… We can’t believe something like this would happen at home.”
Avi’s brother Moshe said: “My brother just wanted to celebrate with his girlfriend and see what happened.”
Israel confirmed that civilians and soldiers were being held hostage in Gaza, but did not disclose how many.
Shocking images showed a young woman being roughly pushed into a jeep by an armed fanatic.
In separate footage, two elderly women were also seen being taken somewhere by Hamas fighters.
Up to 50 hostages were reportedly kidnapped, including civilians and soldiers.
Sources at the Israeli embassy in London said last night that most of the hostages had been abducted from areas bordering the Gaza Strip.
Some terrorism experts have suggested that the hostages, of which there could be many, could not be killed but used as negotiating tools to release prisoners from Israeli prisons.
Another suggested they could even be used as human shields to stop Israeli forces.
The chilling clip comes after Israel faced an unprecedented and brutal attack by Hamas in the early hours of Saturday.
Israel was hit by a hail of 5,000 rockets in an attack that hit the state from land, sea and air.
Gunmen massacred civilians while buildings were reduced to rubble and cars were set on fire.
Civilians reportedly lay in pools of blood as hostages were kidnapped on the street.
At least 250 Israelis were reportedly killed and over 1,400 injured in the worst violence to hit the country in years.
An Israeli general said the surprise attack had “opened the gates of hell” and vowed to retaliate quickly.
And on Saturday evening, Israel retaliated with a devastating airstrike that leveled huge skyscrapers.
Israeli jets struck Hamas targets in Gaza City, and the terror group’s leader’s home was reportedly blown to pieces in Khan Younis.
Palestinian authorities said at least 232 civilians were killed in the reprisal attacks.
Meanwhile, Hamas fired another volley of 150 rockets, hitting residential buildings in Tel Aviv.
As the bombs fell, Netanyahu promised that the country would defeat Hamas and pay an “unprecedented price.”
He said tonight: “Israel will settle the score with anyone who harms them.”
“What happened today has never happened before in Israel. We will take mighty revenge for this black day.”
Defense Minister Yoav Gallant said the terror group had made a “grave mistake” and vowed that Israel would win the war.
Israel’s high-tech security services were caught by surprise by the horror attack, and the $1 billion Iron Dome missile defense system failed to stop the hail of missiles.
Experts called it an “embarrassing intelligence failure” as questions were asked about how Hamas was able to build a huge arsenal despite a total blockade by Israel and its allies.