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Israel’s Security Service has reportedly created a special new unit that is tasked with tracking down and killing every single person involved with the unprecedented terrorist attacks that hit the country three weeks ago.
The Jerusalem Post reported that Shin Bet established the unit, name Nili, which the publication says is an acronym in Hebrew for “The Eternity of Israel Will Not Lie.”
The unit was specifically created to target the Hamas terrorist commandos who invaded Israel through a variety of means and proceeded to rape, burn, behead, and murder Israelis throughout numerous small towns and villages in southern Israel. Many of these terrorists were able to escape back into Gaza.
The unit is comprised of field operatives and intelligence personnel and fundings outside of other units that are involved with locating and killing other terror threats.
The report said that several high-ranking Hamas officials involved with the attacks have already been killed.
Hamas was able to plan for the attack for some two years by installing a system of hardwired landline phones in the group’s underground tunnels which allowed it to evade detection by Israeli intelligence.
Sources told CNN that the small number of Hamas terrorists who knew what the plans were and directed the planning for two years largely avoided using cell phones and computers during those two years.
The officials said that a lot of planning was also conducted during in-person meetings and staying off of communication devices that could be intercepted by Israel’s advanced intelligence services.
The small group that planned the attacks waited until right before the attack was set to take place before they informed a much larger group of Hamas terrorists about the plans and prepared them for their roles.
Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps-Quds Force (IRGC-QF), a U.S. designated Foreign Terrorist Organization, gave Hamas terrorists specialized combat training in the weeks leading up to their attack on Israel.
Sources familiar with intelligence related to Hamas’ attack on Israel told The Wall Street Journal that at least 500 terrorists with Hamas and Hamas’ ally, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad group, participated in the training last month. According to the sources, the training exercises were overseen by Quds Force officers, including the head of the Quds Force, Iranian Brig. Gen. Esmail Qaani, who took over following the death of Qasem Soleimani.
Hamas terrorists who invaded Israel were also carrying documents that contained instructions on how to make chemical weapons along with elements to make a bomb, according to Israeli President Isaac Herzog, who said the Hamas documents are based on a 2003 al Qaeda manual.
Zach Jewell contributed to this report.