Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vehemently denied allegations that Israel had ignored warnings from Egyptian intelligence about an impending “massive” operation by Hamas. The Prime Minister’s Workplace labeled the claims as “completely faux information.”
An nameless Egyptian intelligence official instructed The Associated Press that Israel had been warned a number of instances about “one thing massive” being deliberate by the Gaza-based terror group, Hamas.
The official claimed that Egypt, which frequently acts as a mediator between Israel and Hamas, had been in frequent contact with Israeli officers in regards to the looming risk.
“We’ve warned them an explosion of the scenario is coming, and really quickly, and it will be massive. However they underestimated such warnings,” an Egyptian official instructed AP who spoke on situation of anonymity.
The official went on to say that Israeli authorities have been disproportionately targeted on the West Financial institution, thereby downplaying the risk emanating from Gaza. The Netanyahu authorities, which has a robust base of assist amongst West Financial institution settlers, has been pushing for elevated safety measures within the West Financial institution because of a surge in violence over the previous 18 months, based on the Times of Israel.
In keeping with the Ynet News, an Egyptian intelligence supply claimed that Abbas Kamel, the top of Egypt’s Basic Intelligence Directorate, personally contacted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ten days earlier than the large assault to warn him of an impending “extreme occasion originating from Gaza.”
The Egyptian insider claimed Netanyahu appeared unconcerned, stating that the Israeli Protection Forces (IDF) have been already “overwhelmed” with tackling terrorism within the West Financial institution.
The Prime Minister’s Workplace has issued a robust assertion denying the claims that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ignored advance warnings from Egypt a few vital Hamas operation.
“The report back to the impact that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu acquired a message prematurely from Egypt is completely false.”
“No message prematurely has arrived from Egypt and the Prime Minister has neither spoken, nor met, with the top of Egyptian intelligence because the formation of the federal government, neither instantly nor not directly. That is completely faux information,” Netanyahu’s workplace stated in a press release.
No message prematurely has arrived from Egypt and the Prime Minister has neither spoken, nor met, with the top of Egyptian intelligence because the formation of the federal government, neither instantly nor not directly. That is completely faux information.
— Prime Minister of Israel (@IsraeliPM) October 9, 2023