Hamas refers its IDF covert penetration probe to Iran and Hizballah
Hamas’ bosses in Tehran want to know how the IDF managed to penetrate Hamas ranks, how long they had worked undercover in the Gaza Strip undetected, were more such Israeli cells still buried there, and did they manage to infiltrate the top political and military levels of the Hamas hierarchy.
Both Iran and Hizballah are anxious to learn as much as they can about Israel military intelligence methods – not just behind enemy lines in neighboring Lebanon and Syria, but inside Iran proper.
The IDF-Hamas propaganda contest ongoing since last week was in fact the external face of the clandestine war waged against the IDF by Hizballah and Iranian Revolutionary Guards intelligence bodies, some of whom operate out of Syria. It was they who gave Hamas’ Ezz e-Din al-Qassam armed wing the order to release photos of eight Israelis claimed to have been members of the Israeli undercover network, long present in the Gaza Strip and disguised as an organization for aiding the needy.Read more