A bombshell report from The New York Times purportedly reveals that Israel had known about the Oct. 7 Hamas terrorist attack more than a year before it occurred, lending credence to theories that Israel allowed the attack to occur.
“Israeli officials obtained Hamas’s battle plan for the Oct. 7 terrorist attack more than a year before it happened, documents, emails and interviews show,” the Times reporters wrote. “But Israeli officials dismissed it as aspirational, considering it too difficult for Hamas to carry out.”
The Times reviewed the roughly 40-page document, referred to as “the Jericho Wall” by Israel officials, which disclosed a nearly identical terrorist attack plan to the one that occurred on Oct. 7, down to the paraglider invasion.
I was smeared as an anti-Semite and “Holocaust denier” for even broaching this topic.
Turns out I was onto something…..
“Israeli officials obtained Hamas’s battle plan for the Oct. 7 terrorist attack more than a year before it happened, documents, emails and interviews show.…
— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) December 1, 2023
The document was not only known to a few Israeli bureaucrats: it was circulated within the whole Israeli intelligence community and military. It is not yet known whether Benjamin Netanyahu and other Israeli political leaders were aware of the text.
“It is not yet possible to determine whether the plan has been fully accepted and how it will be manifested,” a branch of the Israeli military assigned to Gaza assessed in 2022.
But this was not all. An Israeli intelligence division within its Unit 8200 agency discovered in July that Hamas was conducting an intensive training exercise similar to what was described in the leaked document.
According to an Israeli analyst’s email reviewed by the Times, Israeli intelligence acknowledged the similarity to the document. The analyst wrote, “I utterly refute that the scenario is imaginary. […] It is a plan designed to start a war. It’s not just a raid on a village.”
This is a developing story. Return to VT.com for a deep-dive on the document and related matters.