Eight killed in covert Israeli action in Gaza
November 13, 2018 | Brainwave Science
In the most recent clash between Israeli Military and the Palestinians, eight people were killed. This incident happened east of Khan Younis, in the southern part of Gaza Strip. Of those killed, 7 were Palestinians including a Hamas Militant commander called Nur Barakeh. The eighth person was an Israeli soldier. One Israeli soldier was also reported to be injured as a result of this clash.
Following the clash, there was rocket and mortar fire from either side with the involvement of tanks and aircraft. A 19-year-old was seriously hurt on the Israeli side when a Palestinian mortar hit an empty bus near him.
The Palestinian sources claim that the Israeli unit was 2 miles (3 kilometers) inside the Gaza strip, when it targeted Barakeh. Israeli Defense Forces say that operation was a meaningful one for the nation’s security. According to BBC’s Tom Bateman, this is a rare incident, when the Israeli Special Forces were exposed while being inside Gaza. According to an Israeli veteran, it is most probably an intelligence gathering operation which went wrong.
Ever since the blockade in 2006, Israel and Gaza have been involved in 3 wars. It is commonplace for Israel to carry out air-strikes and Gaza to launch rocket attacks.
Ever since the Hamas took over in Gaza, and Israel blockaded the territory, the residents on both sides of the border have lived in constant fear. They have adapted their lives in order to exist with the constant fear of Rocket attacks and air-strikes.
Both sides justify the use of deadly force for self-defense and to prevent incursions in their respective territories. This conflict has negatively affected education and healthcare in the surrounding areas. It has resulted in poor living conditions where there is inadequate food, power and sanitation.
The killing of militant leaders and alleged incursions into enemy territory can magnify the tensions across the border and lead to widespread violence and losses.
Tensions have run high across the Israel-Palestinian border ever since the Hamas took over Palestine, in 2006. Due to the support from major world powers to either side, the conflict has become one of the most complex world issues. The border between the two territories remains a flashpoint.
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In the case of the recent clash, the intelligence agencies can make use of details found out during investigation such as CCTV footage, witness testimonies, claims of the family members of Nur Bakareh and others who were killed, by uploading them and conducting a iCognative test on all persons such as victims, witnesses and suspects if any. A 45-minute test on the testee can be used to detect the presence of specific information in his/her brain. The iCognative test does not violate human rights and is non-invasive. It is a fully automated test and is not influenced by the subjective opinion of the person who administers it. With over 99% accuracy the Security agencies can find out the real cause between the clash and help future occurrences.
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