In a shocking revelation, top-secret documents from Hamas have been discovered, revealing their chilling plans to target elementary schools and a youth center in the Israeli kibbutz of Kfar Sa'ad. The aim was to "kill as many people as possible," seize hostages, and quickly move them into the Gaza Strip. This horrifying information was found on the bodies of Hamas terrorists by Israeli first responders.
The documents included detailed maps and orders for two highly trained Hamas units to surround and infiltrate villages, specifically targeting places where civilians, including children, gather. One page, labeled “Top Secret,” outlined a plan of attack for Kfar Sa’ad. It directed “Combat unit 1” to “contain the new Da’at school,” while “Combat unit 2” was to “collect hostages,” “search the Bnei Akiva youth center” and “search the old Da’at school” .
Another page, labeled “Top Secret Maneuver,” described a plan for a Hamas unit to secure the east side of Kfar Sa’ad while a second unit controlled the west. It chillingly stated “kills as many as possible” and “capture hostages” . The documents also revealed that Hamas had been systematically gathering intelligence on each kibbutz bordering Gaza, creating specific plans of attack for each village that included the intentional targeting of women and children.
The level of specificity in these attack plans is shocking. "The dental office, the supermarket, the dining hall," an Israel Defense Forces source said. "The level of specificity would cause anyone in the intelligence field's jaw to drop". This coordinated attack plan contradicts recent claims by Hamas that it did not kill children. A video released by Hamas showed armed terrorists holding and feeding Israeli children taken hostage, including babies.
The aftermath of the massacre and interviews with eyewitnesses and first responders tell a harrowing story. "I saw murdered babies. I saw murdered children. I saw mothers and children murdered together," said Yossi Landau, a commander of ZAKA, an Israeli first responder organization.
The detailed plan to attack Kfar Sa'ad is part of a trove of documents that Israeli officials are analyzing. The Israeli officials said that the wider group of documents show that Hamas had been systematically gathering intelligence on each kibbutz bordering Gaza and creating specific plans of attack for each village that included the intentional targeting of women and children.
This shocking revelation of the extent of planning and the disregard for human life by Hamas is a stark reminder of the terror that such organizations can inflict. The world must stand together against such acts of terror.