Shani Louk’s mom confirms death of terrorist who defiled her daughter

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The mother of tattoo artist Shani Louk said she was happy to hear the Hamas terrorist who paraded her body through Gaza had been killed — but said “it’s just one less” of those responsible for the atrocity.

Ricarda Louk confirmed that she’s been told the terrorist who defiled her 22-year-old daughter at the Supernova music festival was killed by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), without detailing how she knew.

“It didn’t mean too much to me – there are so many bad people that did those horrible things, and it’s just one less,” the 53-year-old mom said, according to the Telegraph.

“You’re happy that this person cannot hurt anyone else, but it didn’t matter so much because it’s a whole bunch of people,” she said.

“It’s not like a typical murder story where you find the murderer and they got killed – they did those things as a group, so one doesn’t make so much difference to me.”

The grieving mom also urged Israel to negotiate an agreement with Hamas to free the roughly 240 hostages it is holding in the Gaza Strip in exchange for the release of 4,450 Palestinians detained in Israeli prisons.

Shani Louk’s mother, Ricarda, left, said she was happy to hear the Hamas terrorist who paraded her daughter’s body through Gaza was killed but noted that there were many involved in the atrocity.

“To keep those hostages alive is more important than having those prisoners here, from my perspective,” Louk said, according to the outlet. “Give them all the prisoners as long as they can save some of our lives.”

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach revealed that Louk first informed him about the terrorist’s death at the hands of Israeli troops in a statement on X.

“The Hamas terrorist monster who parades her naked body around Gaza, defiling her in the name of Islam, and screaming Allahu Akbar, was killed by the IDF,” wrote the TV host and author, who has been dubbed “America’s most famous rabbi.”

Hamas terrorists drive back to the Gaza Strip with German-Israeli Shani Louk, a tattoo artist, on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2023.

“Hamas are evil incarnate. They are the Nazis of our time. Whoever denies, after witnessing what they did to this poor innocent woman, that Hamas does not need to be completely destroyed is immoral,” he added.

A spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces has not yet commented to The Post about the claim that the terrorist was killed.

Louk did not say how she knew that he was dead, or give any details on how or when she believes he was killed by the IDF.

Shani Louk was attending a music festival when Hamas terrorists attacked.

The family had believed for weeks that their daughter, identified by her body art and dreadlocked hair, was hospitalized in Gaza.

But late last month, Israeli President Isaac Herzog confirmed that DNA found on a piece of skull matched Shani, who was paraded through Gaza after the terrorists attacked a music festival near Kibbutz Re’im on Oct. 7.

Her dad, Nissim Louk, said she was killed immediately at the festival. Her body has not been found.

Louk’s family, pictured here, thought she was hospitalized in Gaza.

“She was a very happy, lively person,” her mother told Boteach. “She liked music and dancing and living and she was really enjoying it until the last moment.”

On Monday, Hamas said it was ready to release up to 70 women and children in return for a five-day truce and the release of 275 Palestinian women and children, but Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin  Netanyahu has rejected any talk of a cease-fire.

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Written by: Soft FM Radio Staff

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