October 7

At October 7 Hamas attack, Israeli army used Hannibal Directive

Creative Media News

According to an investigation by the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, the Israeli army issued the Hannibal Directive, a controversial Israeli military strategy aimed at preventing enemy forces from capturing Israeli soldiers at any cost, on October 7, last year. According to a Sunday report based on testimony from Israeli soldiers and senior army officers, during Hamas' unprecedented attack last October, the Israeli army began making decisions based on limited and unverified information, issuing an order that "not a single vehicle can return to Gaza".

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