The Israeli press wrote: This is how Hamas misled Israeli intelligence

The Israeli press wrote: This is how Hamas misled Israeli intelligence

The Israeli press wrote: This is how Hamas misled Israeli intelligence

The Walla website news included details about the “hoax” carried out before the “Aqsa Flood” operation organized by Hamas and Palestinian groups on the morning of October 7.

The story claimed that Hamas “deliberately shared training videos” 18 months before the operation, and that the group in question misled Israeli intelligence by organizing “ridiculous and unprofessional” exercises.

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HAMAS INTENTIONALLY SHARED THOSE VIDEOS

The story claimed that Hamas had deliberately shared information and videos about its members’ exercises before October 7, while ordering Israeli intelligence services to say that it was “conducting routine training.”

“Hamas prepared for a major surprise attack through deception for 18 months.” It was noted in the news that the exercises, which had become routine, were also reported in the Palestinian media.

It was noted that the Israeli military and intelligence were “dulled in their senses” in this way, so that senior Israeli commanders “could not enter a state of surveillance.”

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NON-PROFESSIONAL DRILLS

The news included information that “missiles were launched into the sea, the range was measured and ammunition training was carried out” at Hamas exercises.

It was underlined that Hamas’ military wing, the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, prepared exercise clips within the framework of its “deception and training operation.”

It was claimed that Hamas members jumping from the ring of fire, rolling on the ground, jumping from motorcycles or cars in the exercise videos were considered “absurd and unprofessional” by Israeli intelligence. (AA)

Source: Sozcu

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