The Gospel That Won For Israel The War With Hamas

IAF F15 readies in the base in Central Israel to target Hamas terror infrastructure. (Photo: IAF)
IAF F15 readies in the base in Central Israel to target Hamas terror infrastructure. (Photo: IAF)



Israeli Army did not attack the targets in Gaza Strip blindly, thanks to the systematic surveillance of the Gaza Strip Israel has obtained a strategic advantage over the terror group Hamas. The Owner reveals never published details of the Guardian Wall operation.



EXCLUSIVE REPORT


Two IDF units 9900 and 8200 were involved in the massive intelligence gathering and assistance during the operation.

Thanks to massive intelligence gathering of all IDF units Israel obtained one clear picture of Hamas terror infrastructure. Army knew  what Hamas built on the ground and what it hides underground.

Hamas' underground plan has occupied the Armed Forces from the moment it was discovered. Over the years, the units have utilised a variety of tactical measures to produce geographical intelligence capability along this complex terrain.

IDF collected intelligence in two phases. During the first, vast amounts of information were processed with the help of technological developments and the use of big data. In this advanced way, all the space, aerial, on-ground underground instruments and systems helped analysts build one clear picture with all of the underground infrastructures.

During the second phase, the intelligence personnel focused on creating double layers of the Gaza Strip: the underground and the underground.

These maps contained such details as the number of children and the times of their activities in the areas where Hamas build the military infrastructure. The IDF took extra precautions to eliminate the possibility that any civilians, especially children are present. The fighter jets or other aircraft targeted these types of military infrastructure during the late nights.


The image shows two dimensions of the IDF map that registered the Hamas on-ground infrastructure and the underground one, including the terror tunnel.
The image shows two dimensions of the IDF map that registered the Hamas on-ground infrastructure and the underground one, including the terror tunnel in the Gaza Strip. (IDF)

 

With artificial intelligence technologies the IDF Unit 9900, explored the areas that terrorists visited most frequently. The digital applications helped in the visual intelligence analysis via skimmers, photo sorties, and dedicated sensors. In real-time and over the years, the analysts monitored the changes on the ground, including in the construction of the terror tunnel.

The IDF intelligence located the military infrastructure, including missile assembly lines, the missile launchers, the arsenals of weapons, and the intelligence centers.



The IDF Gospel and The Alchemist

The Command Center could utilise the two most important instruments called The Gospel and The Alchemist.

The Alchemist is the codename for a system that provides a dynamic and updated visual image of the border, directly to the pilots of the jet fighters and bombers in the field. In many cases, the department says, the system has led to thwarting attempts to hit the home. Because the Alchemist enables pilots to make the decisions immediately.

A system that provides quality investigators in command or division with recommendations to single out the targets during the battle is called The Gospel.

Thanks to these instruments, the IDF and Israeli Airforce could destroy hundreds of such targets already in the first hours of the war. Surprised and dismayed Hamas has lost the majority of its military infrastructure.

The last war, according to the IDF analysts, will require from Hamas at least two-to-three years of reconstruction.

 

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