Missing Brit at Israel rave sent voice note saying ‘get the f*** outta there’

One of the final voice notes sent by a missing Brit working at the terrorist-hit music festival in Israel, has been revealed.

Jake Marlowe, 26, hasn't been heard from since about 5.30am on Saturday morning (October 7), the Israeli embassy in the UK told Sky News. It added Jake is "missing near Gaza" after the terrorist group targeted the event as part of their surprise assault on the country. Jake was working as part of the security team at the desert festival south of Gaza when the attack took place. An hour before he was last heard from he called his mum, Lisa, and told her about the attack on Israel as it unfolded.

And at the same time, he also sent a voice note to a friend. The audio said, Daniel Aboudy speaking to The Independent claimed that he saw terrorists round up people from the party… in front of our eyes”.

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He added: “We are telling everyone to get the f*** outta there.”

A worried Daniel also said that they still do not know what happened to Daniel. “We have spoken to the home front command in Israel and then the Ministry of Foreign Affairs but so far, we don’t know anything about what happened after that,” he claimed.

Family members have been checking hospital lists while friends have confirmed they are not in contact with Jake. Jake's friend Shlomi, who was also working at the festival, is also missing, his girlfriend Liran said.

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North Londoner Jake relocated to Ma'alot, north Israel, two years ago after visiting the country in 2013. He is one of a number of people unaccounted for after Hamas launched an unexpected attack on Israel on Saturday morning.

According to several eye-witness reports, “50 terrorists” appeared in vans and wearing Hamas military uniform, gunning people down and shooting at cars. Around 3,000 people attended the event, with the death toll reaching more than 200, Israel's Kan News reported.

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