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IDF targeted its own using Hannibal Directive

Israeli Newspaper Haaretz reported that during Hamas's October 7 assault, the Israeli military implemented the "Hannibal Directive," resulting in the deaths of Israeli soldiers and civilians.




This directive allows the IDF to take drastic measures, including using lethal force against its own soldiers if captured, to prevent their abduction by enemy forces.



Richard Thomas Medhurst (1992) is an independent journalist, political commentator, and analyst from the United Kingdom with a focus on international affairs, US politics, and the Middle East.
 

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  • One day a young IDF soldier with career ambitions asked Yoav Gallant how to be promoted in rank. “That’s simple,” replied Gallant. “If you vanquish 5 children, that makes you a lieutenant. If you vanquish 15 children, that makes you a Major. If you vanquish 30 children, that makes you a Coronel. And if you vanquish 100 children, that makes you a General.” “And what if you vanquish 16,000 children?” asked the young soldier. “That,” responded Gallant, “makes you the most moral army in the world.”

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  • SINGAROAR:

    Logically since Hamas wanted hostages to trade for Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli prisons, they would have wanted them alive. So it is the Israeli forces who would have caused the deads on Oct. 7th 2023 and now do not want to corporate with UN investigations.

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  • Wrong.:

    Israeli settlements illegal – top UN court
    West Jerusalem is carrying out a “de-facto annexation” of the West Bank, the International Court of Justice has ruled.

    Where are those who support Israel in their criminal acts?

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