Israel knew about Hamas’ attack plans and discarded them as too complicated

‘The New York Times’ published this Thursday that the Israeli authorities They knew the attack plansHamas for at least one yearbut they decided to discard them because consider them too complicateds like to be carried out.

The North American media has had access to “documents, emails and interviews” that, they assure, described with great precision a surprise assault like the one that occurred on October 7, which left 1,200 dead in Israel and hundreds of people kidnapped.

According to ‘The New York Times’, the plan consisted of 40 pages and was named ‘Jericho Wall’. It contemplated the use of drones to end security cameras along the border with the Gaza Strip or the massive entry of militants on footin motorcycle and using paraglidersalthough did not set a date for the operation.

The military leaders of the region They did not believe that an attack of such magnitude was possible, and doubted that the plan had been accepted by the Palestinian group. It is not clear whether the prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahuor other political leaders had access to the documents.

The Hamas attack was the bloodiest episode in the history of Israel and led Netanyahu to declare war on the group and launch an offensive on the Gaza Strip that already It has claimed the lives of more than 15,000 people..

This Thursday was the seventh day of truce, negotiated by Qatar, Egypt and the United States, through an agreement that includes the release of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons and the entry of humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip. Until now, they are 105 captives released in Gaza, among them 81 Israelis and 24 foreigners; while Israel has released 240 Palestinian prisonersall of them women and minors.

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