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October 16, 2023 | Did Israel Know About the Attack?

Martin Armstrong

Martin Arthur Armstrong is current chairman and founder of Armstrong Economics. He is best known for his economic predictions based on the Economic Confidence Model, which he developed.

If this were a similar situation to 9/11, that would mean that the government was involved and allowed innocent civilians to die to promote an agenda. A false flag to create a global conflict. House Foreign Affairs Committee chairman Michael McCaul (R-Texas) claims that Egypt notified Israel of a potential incoming strike from Hamas. Israel denies the claim entirely.

“We do know the Egyptian intelligence did refer this to Israel. And I can’t get into any more depth than that. But I do think there was a threat-stream out there. It was a failure of intelligence,” McCaul stated. In fact, he claims that Hamas had been planning an invasion for over a war. “When the Egyptians did warn Israeli officials, obviously, there wasn’t enough done to stop it. This concerns me not just with respect to Hamas, but what about our intelligence on Hezbollah? What about our intelligence on Iran? They say there’s no clear link to Iran. I disagree with that,” He stated. An anonymous source claiming to be an Egyptian intelligence official cleared McCaul’s claims. “We have warned them an explosion of the situation is coming, and very soon, and it would be big. But they underestimated such warnings,” the official told the Associated Press.

Egypt has told both the US and Israel that they will not engage in war. Egypt denied President Biden’s request to send troops into Gaza. The nation is now fortifying its border with Palestine to prevent those fleeing from entering. Cairo has requested that Israel cease air raids over the Rafah crossing that connects Gaza and Egypt so that the innocent may escape.

Regardless, how did Hamas penetrate the Iron Dome? Israel has one of the most secure airspaces and officials know when even a fly passes into its area. Anyone who has been to the Israeli airport will tell you how strict security has become. Are we to believe Hamas with a far less advanced military acted alone?

Odd that the US announced mere days before the attack an open Visa program with Israel “to enhance the security of the United States and partner countries while encouraging legitimate travel and commerce.” Something about this entire situation does not add up. At best, Hamas found a weakness within Israel’s defense system and Israeli intelligence agencies failed to adhere to warnings.

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October 16th, 2023

Posted In: Armstrong Economics

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