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Video purports to show tied Hamas terrorists ‘tortured’ with ‘Baby Shark’-like children’s song


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A viral video seemingly shows captured Hamas terrorists being subjected to a novel form of torture – a “Baby Shark”-style children’s song being played in a loop for eight hours.

The purported prisoners are seen blindfolded and bound as they sit on the ground amid the blaring strains of “Mamtera Im Matara,” which translates to “Sprinkler With A Target,” the Israeli news site Walla reported.

One of the blindfolded men is seen bopping his head to the repetitive music as a woman’s voice can be heard saying, “Look how happy he is” and “check this guy out.”

The song is by Manny Mamtera, 40, whose real last name is Tzukerl — and he has approved it being used to torture the jihadists, according to Walla.

“I don’t know if it’s real or not, but the song is called ‘Mamtera Im Mamtera’ and we are all targets, so let’s go,” the singer reportedly wrote of the clip.

He later added that he heard from soldiers at the scene that it was “completely real,” and that he was happy that the troops’ morale was high.

One online commentator called it “the most genius thing I have ever seen in my life,” saying, “I swear, I would have killed myself after the fist verse.”

Another said the song was a “real torture” – and asked Manny not to be offended.

But not everyone was amused.

“It’s not funny and it’s against the treaty for prisoners of war. It’s shocking,” one person wrote.

The authenticity of the video could not be independently verified.

“It’s not funny and it’s against the treaty for prisoners of war. It’s shocking,” one person wrote.

The Post has reached out to the IDF for comment.


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