What exactly transpired on October 7, 2023, is still not entirely clear. What we do know, however, is that the Israeli narrative is wrought with mountains of lies, deception, and disinformation. As the days pass, more and more is slowly becoming apparent regarding what actually happened on that day, much of which was discussed in an earlier article, which covered the bulk of the findings up to that specific point in time.
And, as predicted, further information has now come to light, essentially undoing even more of the Israeli narrative and propaganda surrounding the events of October 7, 2023.
The Israeli news site, Haaretz, recently published an article revealing some crucial details in relation to Operation al-Aqsa Flood and the Nova Music Festival.
Allow me to walk you through some of the key findings.
I’d like to start by quoting a relevant article published in the Palestinian Chronicle:
Many of the allegations, in fact, the myths that surrounded the Qassam Brigades’ attack on southern Israel on October 7 are being demolished, one after the other.
The latest was the claim that Palestinian Resistance fighters had purposely attacked the Nova Music Festival, knowing beforehand that a festival was scheduled to take place on that specific day and time.
That turned out to be untrue, according to an ‘assessment’ by ‘Israel’s security establishment’, which was published in the Israeli newspaper Haaretz on Saturday.
Hold on, did I understand that correctly? The civilians at that rave weren’t the actual targets of the Palestinian resistance? That can’t be right… right? I mean, that would change everything we were told about that day.
The growing assessment in Israel’s security establishment is that Hamas terrorists who committed the October 7 massacre didn’t have advance knowledge about the Nova music festival held next to Kibbutz Re’im, and decided to target the party spontaneously.
The assessment is based on terrorist interrogations and the police’s investigation of the incident, among other things, which reveal that the terrorists intended to infiltrate Re’im and other kibbutzim near the Gaza border.
Senior security officials estimate that Hamas found out about the party through drones or parachutes, and directed the terrorists to the location using their comms system. In a video from one of the terrorists’ bodycams, he is heard asking a captured citizen for directions to Re’im.
One of the findings reinforcing this assessment, according to police and other senior security figures, is that the first terrorists arrived at the location from Route 232, and not from the direction of the border.
In addition, according to police sources, the party was originally planned for Thursday and Friday, with an extra day on Saturday added only on Tuesday of that week, at the organizers’ request. The last-minute change strengthens the assessment that Hamas hadn’t known of the event.
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So all those claims about the music festival civilians being targeted weren’t true? Then again, if they didn’t even know about the music festival to begin with, then how could it possibly have been their target?
And let’s not be naïve here. Do we really expect Israel, the terrorist genocidal Zionist apartheid state, with its terrible track record of lies and deception, to tell us the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?
I can assure you, there’s a lot more here that is not being said. These little tidbits of information are merely the crumbs that are slowly slipping through the cracks.
And, honestly, isn’t is truly amazing how Israel hasn’t been able to keep its story straight for even two months? They really are something, aren’t they?
So, what else does the Haaretz article say?
According to a police source, the investigation also indicates that an IDF combat helicopter that arrived to the scene and fired at terrorists there apparently also hit some festival participants.
Oh really? So all those videos of the Israeli Apache helicopters indiscriminately firing on Israeli civilians at the Nova Music Festival were real? Those witness testimonies of the Israelis that were present there, saying Israel killed its own, were actually true? It was the genocidal state of Israel, not the Palestinian resistance forces, that killed all of those civilians? Really? Who would’ve guessed…
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Anyway, we get the picture. I would like to take this opportunity to once again ask all of those who insisted that Muslims condemn the events of October 7:
Do you condemn ISRAEL for the brutal atrocities it intentionally committed against Israelis on October 7, 2023?
Seeing as what we’re discussing is Israel’s lies surrounding October 7, we had asked previously how it was possible that the total number of the deaths had suddenly dropped from 1400 to 1200. Well, it looks like we now know. And another lie is debunked at the same time.
Do you remember hearing the claim that Hamas burned the bodies of hundreds of Israeli civilians? Well, I hope you didn’t believe any of that hogwash, because I have a pretty important revelation for you:
Interesting! Israel now admits some 200 of the bodies they said were Israelis turned out to be “so badly burned” bodies of “Hamas terrorists”!
The question then is: who burned them?!? pic.twitter.com/Xgq9MejwPp
— Muhammad Shehada (@muhammadshehad2) November 17, 2023
Muslims don’t burn dead bodies, just like we don’t have any weird concept of burial at sea. Any sane Muslim would immediately question any claim about Muslims going around burning people’s bodies. As for the brother’s question, I think it’s pretty obvious who burned those bodies. What about you?
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