Gun-toting ‘Israeli fantasy girl’ who cosplays for cash joins army reserve unit

A woman who rakes in cash on OnlyFans by dressing up and posing with guns has asked for prayers as she joins Israel's fight against Hamas.

Natalia Fadeev is a popular cosplay model on Instagram. The Israeli posts a mixture of images of her dressing up as popular characters such as Barbie, as well as content of her holding weapons, from guns to knives.

And she has now been called upon to fight for her country as a reservist. The country, like many around the word, has an army conscription policy, demanding all men and women to join for 32 and 24 months respectively.

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Natalia who has previously posed in military uniform has taken to Instagram story to post a photo of herself at one of the barracks. She said: “I won't be active much on social media. I joined my unit for reserve duty, idk (I don't know) for how long. Pray for us.”

She ended up post with an Israeli flag. Another post, a selfie of her in her fear, said: “For everyone asking if I'm ok in DMs, thank you, I'm safe and god is with me.”

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That post was finished with a Jewish Star of David. She has been called up to the front line after an escalation in Israel was sparked by Hamas launching more than 5,000 rockets into Israel in a surprise assault on Saturday (October 7).

The attack by the group categorised as a terrorist organisation by the UK Government in 2021, was launched on the last day of the Jewish High Holiday of Succot, as well as Shabbat, when the vast majority of the country's population were celebrating. Within minutes, social media was filled with photos and videos of Hamas fighters taking Israeli residents hostage, brutalising them and murdering them.

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Israel says 800 people have been killed since Hamas launched the attack, while some 370 Palestinians have been killed in Israeli strikes, according to the health ministry in Gaza.

Around 260 of those killed in Israel were attending the Supernova Music Festival in the south of the country.

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