Survivors of October 7th sue Zionist government for a level of incompetence that rightfully beggars belief

While the US-sponsored slaughter continues

by Jon Davy

The following  article was featured on our sister-site, The Liberty Beacon.

We  are presenting it here for your consideration  because it appears to support the suspicion held by many observers that there was foreknowledge that the attack was immanent but it was allowed to happen by an Israeli government in trouble at home because it would provide “justification” for the US sponsored genocide in the Gaza concentration camp.

Many other observers have remarked that the fortified fence that encloses and imprisons several million Palestinians is the most tightly guarded and surveilled on the ruddy planet. So it is simply not credible that hundreds of Hamas fighters (or whoever they actually were) in trucks and hang gliders managed to approach it undetected, breach it and then run amuck, kidnapping hostages and so forth, for EIGHT AND A HALF HOURS before IDF soldiers/armoured vehicles/helicopters/fighter jets, arrived.

To illustrate that important point, see these two short videos. The first is by a former IDF soldier.

Of course, it would not be the first time that a criminal government has sacrificed a few of its own people for some imagined “greater good” such as a propaganda coup or providing an external threat to distract a restive citizenry.

So whether this was the most atrocious incompetence or a deliberate ploy to allow Hamas (Israeli-funded don’t forget) to hand the psychopaths who have hijacked the Israeli government justification for a planned US-sponsored genocide, either way it should not be lost sight of that the Israeli people were betrayed by their own government.

So whilst the Zionist regime in Tel Aviv, in partnership with the evidently Zionist-controlled regime in Washington, continues to spit on both international law and moral values by slaughtering Palestinians by the tens of thousands, it is important not to forget the dozens killed and hurt in the Hamas attack and the role played by said Zionist regimes in that attack also.

Survivors Of Oct. 7 Music Rave Massacre Sue Israel For Negligence

Survivors Of Oct. 7 Music Rave Massacre Sue Israel For Negligence

The negligence and the gross oversight is beyond belief ~ Festival Survivors


Dozens of injured survivors of the Oct. 7 Hamas massacre at a music festival close to the Gaza Strip have filed a $56 million suit against the Israeli government, alleging various forms of negligence that resulted in unavoidable casualties.   

Declaring that “the negligence and the gross oversight is beyond belief,” the 42 plaintiffs have targeted four government entities: the Israeli Defense Forces, the Shin Bet internal security service, the Defense Ministry, and Israel Police. According to the suit, 364 attendees were killed and 40 kidnapped and taken to Gaza.  

The IDF conducted two security assessments over the night leading into Oct. 7, sparked by unusual observations on the border with Gaza. However, no warnings were given to the organizers of the Supernova rave — despite the fact that Shin Bet had taken the threat seriously enough that it deployed to the area soldiers from its unit responsible for thwarting abductions. It’s also been reported that military units put on alert didn’t know the festival was going on.

A single phone call by IDF officials to the commander responsible for the party to disperse it immediately in view of the expected danger would have saved lives and prevented the physical and mental injuries of hundreds of partygoers, including the plaintiffs,” they say in their filed complaint.

In a particularly grim twist of fate, the festival was originally slated to last only two days — Oct. 5 and 6. However, earlier in the week of the event, organizers requested and were granted permission to extend it to Oct. 7.  The “Gaza Division’s operations officer, Lt. Col. Sahar Fogel, opposed the extension, arguing it was a needless security risk, but was told by his superiors to approve it,” writes Antiwar’s Dave DeCamp, citing Israeli newspaper Haaretz.

The festival was held just outside the Gaza Strip, where 2 million Palestinians have lived under an Israeli blockade since 2008

An expert cited by the plaintiffs said the IDF shouldn’t have approved the festival at all, given its location: “The event was held a small distance from the Strip’s border. The noise from the party was heard by Gazan residents and revelers were an easy target for the terror attack.”

The plaintiffs also fault the police for positioning only 27 officers to secure the festival, with the great majority armed only with pistols, in an alleged failure to comply with regulations requiring long arms when deployed so close to Gaza.

Many of the festivalgoers’ cars were incinerated during the Hamas attack — and the IDF’s response (Lyzaville Sale/CBC)

According to Haaretz, the permit signed by an IDF colonel said “the northern brigade is responsible for regional security during the event in the fence space across from the Gaza Strip.” However, attendees say no soldiers were positioned there. In the most damning fact of the day, the festival came under attack at around 6:30am and the IDF didn’t arrive until 3pm  

Some of the civilian casualties from the music festival were caused by IDF Apache helicopter fire which was directed at vehicles driving into Gaza, as well as people getting out of vehicles and walking through nearby fields.


(TLB) Published this article from ZeroHedge as compiled and written by Tyler Durden

Header featured image (edited) credit: Massacre/Bibi/YouTube screen tease, First Post

Emphasis added by (TLB)


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