Israel had 40-Page Blueprint About Hamas Attack for a Year Before October 7

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by Chris Black

I said the day it happened that they had to have known it was going to happen.

There’s just no way.

Of course, they always eventually admit these things, you know?

New York Post:

Israeli authorities acquired Hamas battle plans outlining the terrorist group’s bloody Oct. 7 attack a year before it happened — but Israeli military and intelligence officials brushed aside what was deemed a “totally imaginative” plan impossible to carry out, according to a report.

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The 40-page blueprint — dubbed the “Jericho Wall” by Israeli officials — mapped out major details of the invasion that led to the deadliest day in Israel’s history, but did not specify a date for when such an attack would be launched, the New York Times reported Thursday, citing documents, emails and interviews.

Israeli officials leafed through the 40-page document just three months before the terror attack that led to the deaths of about 1,200 people in Israel and the kidnapping of another 240.

“Surprise them through the gate. If you do, you will certainly prevail,” the top of the document states — a quote from the Quran that Hamas has widely repeated since the attack.

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The plans included a barrage of rockets to force Israeli soldiers into bunkers and drones to knock out security cameras — tactics used in the Oct. 7 invasion.

The translated documents also detailed 60 points in the border wall between Gaza and Israel where hundreds of Hamas fighters streamed out for the attacks.

The location and size of Israeli military forces, communication hubs and other sensitive information were additionally mentioned in the plan, the Times reported.

Officials would not say how they obtained the Jericho Wall document, but records show it was widely circulated among Israeli military and intelligence leaders over the last year, most of whom dismissed the expansive plans as beyond Hamas’ capabilities.

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