The architect of the “One Minute” crisis drew attention to this detail in the Hamas-Israel war

The architect of the “One Minute” crisis drew attention to this detail in the Hamas-Israel war

The architect of the “One Minute” crisis drew attention to this detail in the Hamas-Israel war

American journalist David Ignatius, one of the architects of the “One Minute” crisis that created tensions between Turkey and Israel in 2009, commented on the war between Hamas and Israel to the Washington Post newspaper, owned by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. . Ignacio, who wrote a column in the newspaper, highlighted the importance of the tunnels in Gaza.

Noting that there is a second Gaza under Gaza and that these areas are a nightmare for Israel, Ignatius said: “Israel is preparing to enter Gaza underground, and this may be the most dangerous and deadly phase of this war. Gazans call it the “subway.” These tunnels are Hamas’ defense. “They have fighters there, as well as weapons, ammunition and other war materials,” he said.

“THE TOUGHEST CONFLICTS WILL BE HERE”

Ignacio, well known to the Turkish public after what happened in Davos, pointed out that there could also be people kidnapped by Hamas in these tunnels. Ignacio also suggested that Israel could use special robots for these tunnels.

Ignacio also stated that Israel has created a military unit called “Samur” that will serve underground, and stated that robots can also be used here. “The fiercest fighting of this war will be hidden from view, and prisoners may also be shot in ways none of us could have predicted,” Ignatius said. “But the outcome may depend on what happens in those cavernous depths.”

Source: Sozcu

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