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The United States contradicts the report about the Hamas attack

The United States contradicts the report about the Hamas attack

According to its own statements, the US government was not informed in advance of any indications of a major attack planned by the Islamist movement Hamas. The New York Times reported a few days ago that Israel had information about a possible Hamas attack of this size more than a year before October 7.

Director of Communications at the National Security Council, John Kirby, told NBC television yesterday: “Our intelligence services said they were aware of the matter.” They didn’t know about that either.

Undated draft with procedure

According to the New York Times, there was a comprehensive exchange between Israeli authorities over a 40-page document codenamed “Jericho Wall” that outlined Hamas’ battle plan. This is said to be similar in every detail to the attack carried out by Hamas terrorists from the Gaza Strip at the beginning of October, the newspaper reported.

It was said that this project fell into the hands of the Israeli authorities more than a year before the attack, and then it was circulated in military and intelligence circles. But in the end, experts rejected this plan as too demanding and difficult for Hamas to implement.

The document, which the newspaper said was available in translation, did not include a date for the attack, but described a detailed and methodical raid aimed at overcoming the fortifications surrounding the Gaza Strip, seizing Israeli towns and storming major military bases. Hamas followed this plan with “frightening precision” in the attack that occurred at the beginning of October.