“A month before the war I sat in the war room. At around 7 A.M. they arrived at the area … near one of Hamas’ lookout posts – dozens of cars and trucks,” recalled an army spotter who served at the Gaza Battalion’s base and survived the massacre.
“A few minutes later, a luxury car stopped near them. … It was clear that there were also people from the Nukhba,” she continued, referring to Hamas’ elite brigade. “They spread out there for a briefing with binoculars, pointing to the Israeli side.”