Hamas Terrorists Ordered To Kill As Many People As Possible
Hamas Terrorists Ordered To Kill As Many People As Possible: According to recently discovered documents, Hamas militants were given orders to kill as many people as they could, with a focus on targeting elementary schools and youth facilities. According to government statistics, more than 1,300 people have died as a result of these methodically planned strikes in Israel alone.
According to Israeli officials, the attacks were not a result of military action but rather a primary goal, as is evident from the documents found in the terrorists’ bodies at the attack sites, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Written orders carried by Hamas explicitly directed them to maximize human losses and take hostages, the Journal said, citing one set of orders that specifically targeted the farming community of Alumim, instructing militants to “achieve the highest level of human losses.”
Another set of orders focused on Sa’ad, a 670-person collective farming community, with the directive to “take control of the kibbutz, kill as many individuals as possible, and capture hostages.”
Elementary schools and youth facilities were among the main targets, according to information in the stolen documents.
Plans for attacks on places like Kfar Aza and Nahal Oz were extremely detailed, right down to the assailants’ points of entrance and ways of transportation. For example, in Kfar Sa’ad, one unit was tasked with “contain[ing] the new Da’at school,” while another was tasked with “collect[ing] hostages” and “search[ing] the Bnei Akiva youth center.”
According to a propaganda film the organization shared on social media on September 12, Hamas even had a public dress rehearsal of its assault on Israel.
The video displayed fighters using explosives to breach a replica of the Gaza-Israel border gate and go through a mock-up of an Israeli town, Hill said, adding that the actual attacks took place by air, sea, and land, targeting various towns and military posts near the border.