🚨🇮🇱 ISRAEL ADMITS they fired on their OWN CIVILIANS with APACHE ATTACK HELICOPTERS!
“There was huge difficulty in distinguishing terrorists & civilians. The rate of fire was tremendous & only later did the pilots begin carefully selecting targets.” pic.twitter.com/lUHk3qg38V
— Jackson Hinkle 🇺🇸 (@jacksonhinklle) November 9, 2023
The Israelis admit that they are responsible for the massacre of their citizens at the October 7th concert, not Hamas
An Israeli Apache helicopter is shooting at civilians and civilian vehicles, everywhere.
This explains why there were so many burned and destroyed vehicles, despite the fact that Hamas fighters mostly only had light weapons.
Despite that, the Israelis justify themselves with the same stupidity as from Gaza, that Hamas was hiding among the civilians.
“The pilots realized that there was tremendous difficulty in distinguishing within the occupied outposts and settlements who was a terrorist and who was a soldier or civilian… The rate of fire against the thousands of terrorists was tremendous at first, and only at a certain point did the pilots begin to slow down the attacks and carefully select the targets.” – the article says.
Apache helicopters allegedly used by Israeli forces
Reports suggest the Apache helicopters allegedly used by Israeli forces explain how so many cars at the music festival ended up destroyed in this manner, considering Hamas rockets could not cause this sort of widespread, uniform damage
This RT footage is claimed to be from the rave car park. Anybody who buys the corporate media account of October 7th, still needs to give a convincing explanation of how the al-Qassam brigades, who unless the border posts were open for them could only carry a few small weapons on… pic.twitter.com/lDs2axkK33
— Robin Monotti (@robinmonotti) November 9, 2023
The majority of October 7th Israeli deaths were soldiers. Of the rest, many, if not most, were killed by the IDF itself in crossfire, Hannibal directive actions, and just plain panic & mistaken identity. And then of the remainder after all that: remember,… pic.twitter.com/kNisrOWdWT
— Sam Parker 🇺🇲 (@SamParkerSenate) November 9, 2023
30 October, 2023
New first-hand accounts from witnesses of Israel’s clashes with Hamas militants on 7 October suggest that, in their desperation to contain the surprise incursion, Israeli troops indiscriminately fired on their own citizens with heavy weaponry, resulting in potentially scores of Israeli deaths from so-called “friendly fire”.
Testimonies of eye witnesses and Israeli sources compiled by The Grayzone, contradicts the Israeli account of the events that unfolded on 7 October. The Occupation State has refused to reveal full details of the atrocities it claims to have been carried out by Hamas and, thus far, has only released selective information about the attack.
Unverified claims circulated by Israel that Hamas militants beheaded 40 babies on 7 October were widely rejected as propaganda which, critics argue, was designed to garner sympathy for Israel to carry out collective punishment of Gaza’s 2.2 million. However, a closer examination of events by The Grayzone tells a different story: one in which the Israeli military itself bears responsibility for numerous civilian deaths. The emerging details not only contradict the Israeli government’s version of events, but indicate that, in the chaos of battle, reckless Israeli fire likely led to significant casualties among the Israeli population.
According to Tuval Escapa, the security coordinator at Kibbutz Be’eri who set up a hotline between residents and the army,
Israeli commanders made “difficult decisions” including “shelling houses on their occupants in order to eliminate the terrorists along with the hostages
This was confirmed by Israeli civilian, Yasmin Porat, who survived a hostage standoff in Be’eri. She stated that, during intense clashes, Israeli Special Forces “undoubtedly” killed all remaining hostages, along with two surrendering Hamas militants using tank shells and frenzied gunfire.
Porat recalled how Hamas militants had treated hostages “very humanely”, aiming only to take them back to Gaza, before Israeli forces stormed the building. She witnessed her partner still alive on the ground before he was gunned down, along with other hostages in the chaotic shooting. Other videos from inside kibbutzes are said to show corpses covered in rubble, likely from tank shells fired directly into homes by the Israeli army.
More evidence comes from witness Danielle Rachiel, who described nearly being killed after escaping from the Hamas attack on the Nova music festival. As she drove to safety, Israeli security forces shot directly at her vehicle until she shouted in Hebrew to identify herself as Israeli.
The Israeli news outlet, Yedioth Aharanoth, is reported saying that “the pilots realised that there was tremendous difficulty in distinguishing within the occupied outposts and settlements who was a terrorist and who was a soldier or civilian … The rate of fire against the thousands of terrorists was tremendous at first and, only at a certain point, did the pilots begin to slow down the attacks and carefully select the targets.”
Meanwhile, footage from inside kibbutzes shows absolute devastation resembling Israel’s repeated bombardment of Gaza over the years. Apache helicopter pilots have admitted to firing continuously without intelligence on targets, while tank crews were ordered to shell homes, regardless of Israeli hostages potentially inside.
Bodies of Israelis discovered below the rubble of a home destroyed by a powerful explosive blast are said to have been caused by tank shells. Israeli security forces also opened fire on fleeing Israelis whom they mistook for Hamas gunmen.
Critics now speculate that some of the Israeli government’s most horrific photos of charred corpses and “bodies burned beyond recognition” may actually depict Israeli-inflicted casualties. One suspicious image showed a dumpster full of burned bodies, which some suggest may have been dead Hamas fighters disposed of in this manner. Israeli officials have been using the images of charred bodies to garner international sympathy but, as the report indicates, it is more likely that the horrific images are of Hamas fighters.
The testimonies together indicate that, in the heat of battle, Israeli troops likely resorted to firing indiscriminately into civilian areas and homes, resulting in an untold number of preventable Israeli deaths.