HUMINT Israel's Psychological Warfare Tactics: Fabricating Artificial Evidence on the Battlefield

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What does the satellite image of the vehicles in the attacked festival area say?

The incredible damage to the destroyed vehicles, which were claimed to have been brought from the festival area that was attacked on October 7, 2023, attracted the attention of skeptics and many claims were made. Despite the clouds, as OSINT TURK, we accessed images of the festival area 29 hours after the attack via commercial satellites: The vehicles were still there. Here is a comparison of the satellite image of the vehicles and the destroyed vehicles reflected in the media.



Israel uses piles of burnt vehicles as propaganda to show the severity of Hamas' October 7 attacks. Skeptics, experts and Palestinian supporters, on the other hand, look at the damage in the video of the vehicles and say that these vehicles were shot down by Apache helicopters and artillery, as well as by the Israeli army itself.

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The satellite image we specially acquired provides data that has not been looked at before and causes us to ask a new question. Let's first remember what happened and what was said.

ISRAEL DID NOT SEPARATE ISRAELI-HAMAS FOR HOURS

Israeli media hinted that Israeli helicopters may have also hit Israeli civilians during Hamas' attacks on October 7. According to the news, "Israeli-Hamas discrimination" was later made under the fire of Israeli war helicopters.

The following statements in the Israeli press attract attention: "Air Force pilots were directed via WhatsApp after the deceptions made during the Hamas attack (...) The pilots were finally able to choose their targets meticulously."

7 OCTOBER 2023 | 09:00 | ARTILLERY FIRE

For example, the following statement is quite interesting: "When the pilots realized that it was difficult to distinguish who was a terrorist and who was an Israeli, some of them decided to use artillery shells against the terrorists independently, without permission from their superiors, around 09:00."

In addition, images shared in the media show that the Israeli army opened fire on Israeli civilians trying to escape from the area.

It was previously stated in a broadcast on Israeli radio that many Israelis died in the crossfire. Announcer: "Could our forces have shot our civilians?" When asked, Yasmin Porat can be heard replying, "Without a doubt."

DID APACHE HELICOPTERS HIT THE VEHICLES IN THE FESTIVAL AREA?

The incredible damage to the almost destroyed vehicles in the festival area attracted attention, and it was claimed that the Israeli army's Apache helicopter may have attacked the vehicles in the festival area.

SATELLITE IMAGE OF THE FESTIVAL AREA AFTER THE ATTACK

An image we managed to capture with OSINT TURK's special 50cm resolution SKYWATCH satellite provides an unbiased and non-second-hand photograph of the festival area mentioned in the claim in question immediately after the attack.

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WHEN IS IT FROM?

The satellite photo in question was obtained via a satellite passing over the festival area at 11:32 in the morning on October 8, 2023, and the image belongs to this moment.

In other words, the image was taken 29 hours after the Hamas attack, which took place at around 6:30 in the morning of October 7, 2023, while Israel's army order was still in disorder. Meanwhile, the Hamas attack on the festival area had already ended.

On the other hand, when this photo was taken, the Israeli army had begun to discriminate between civilians and Hamas members (at least according to their own rhetoric).

WHAT CAN WE SEE?

Although the weather is partly cloudy, by chance we can see the festival area, the forest area and the abandoned vehicles along the road, just 29 hours after the attacks started.

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Some burnt spots can be detected on the road. We can see that the vehicles around these burnt spots are still “white” and have much less damage compared to the destroyed vehicles serviced in later images. In other words, even explosions that leave burn marks on the asphalt cannot be what turns the vehicles into what we see in the videos.

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On the other hand, it can be seen that most of the vehicles abandoned on the roadside, far away from the burned spots, are still undamaged 29 hours after the attack.

CONCLUSION

When the condition of the vehicles in the footage is examined, it can be understood that it is not possible for the civilian vehicles in the festival area to have "been in the state shown in the videos and destroyed during Hamas's extremely brutal" attack.

However, on the other hand, the timing of this image shows that the vehicles in the festival area may not have happened during the "Israeli army panicking - or by applying the Hanibal protocol - firing artillery or helicopter fire at everyone and the vehicles in the area, without distinguishing between Israelis and Hamas" (which was stated to have occurred before this image).

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SO WHERE DID THESE VEHICLES “REALLY” COME FROM?

To summarize, although we cannot say anything about where these vehicles were actually brought from or who made them like this by looking at this satellite photo; We can understand that the images of piles of "destroyed and burned" vehicles, which are the subject of many different claims in the world media, cannot be the vehicles in the festival area that were attacked at 6:30 in the morning on October 7, 2023.

 

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What does the satellite image of the vehicles in the attacked festival area say?

The incredible damage to the destroyed vehicles, which were claimed to have been brought from the festival area that was attacked on October 7, 2023, attracted the attention of skeptics and many claims were made. Despite the clouds, as OSINT TURK, we accessed images of the festival area 29 hours after the attack via commercial satellites: The vehicles were still there. Here is a comparison of the satellite image of the vehicles and the destroyed vehicles reflected in the media.



Israel uses piles of burnt vehicles as propaganda to show the severity of Hamas' October 7 attacks. Skeptics, experts and Palestinian supporters, on the other hand, look at the damage in the video of the vehicles and say that these vehicles were shot down by Apache helicopters and artillery, as well as by the Israeli army itself.

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The satellite image we specially acquired provides data that has not been looked at before and causes us to ask a new question. Let's first remember what happened and what was said.

ISRAEL DID NOT SEPARATE ISRAELI-HAMAS FOR HOURS

Israeli media hinted that Israeli helicopters may have also hit Israeli civilians during Hamas' attacks on October 7. According to the news, "Israeli-Hamas discrimination" was later made under the fire of Israeli war helicopters.

The following statements in the Israeli press attract attention: "Air Force pilots were directed via WhatsApp after the deceptions made during the Hamas attack (...) The pilots were finally able to choose their targets meticulously."

7 OCTOBER 2023 | 09:00 | ARTILLERY FIRE

For example, the following statement is quite interesting: "When the pilots realized that it was difficult to distinguish who was a terrorist and who was an Israeli, some of them decided to use artillery shells against the terrorists independently, without permission from their superiors, around 09:00."

In addition, images shared in the media show that the Israeli army opened fire on Israeli civilians trying to escape from the area.

It was previously stated in a broadcast on Israeli radio that many Israelis died in the crossfire. Announcer: "Could our forces have shot our civilians?" When asked, Yasmin Porat can be heard replying, "Without a doubt."

DID APACHE HELICOPTERS HIT THE VEHICLES IN THE FESTIVAL AREA?

The incredible damage to the almost destroyed vehicles in the festival area attracted attention, and it was claimed that the Israeli army's Apache helicopter may have attacked the vehicles in the festival area.

SATELLITE IMAGE OF THE FESTIVAL AREA AFTER THE ATTACK

An image we managed to capture with OSINT TURK's special 50cm resolution SKYWATCH satellite provides an unbiased and non-second-hand photograph of the festival area mentioned in the claim in question immediately after the attack.

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WHEN IS IT FROM?

The satellite photo in question was obtained via a satellite passing over the festival area at 11:32 in the morning on October 8, 2023, and the image belongs to this moment.

In other words, the image was taken 29 hours after the Hamas attack, which took place at around 6:30 in the morning of October 7, 2023, while Israel's army order was still in disorder. Meanwhile, the Hamas attack on the festival area had already ended.

On the other hand, when this photo was taken, the Israeli army had begun to discriminate between civilians and Hamas members (at least according to their own rhetoric).

WHAT CAN WE SEE?

Although the weather is partly cloudy, by chance we can see the festival area, the forest area and the abandoned vehicles along the road, just 29 hours after the attacks started.

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Some burnt spots can be detected on the road. We can see that the vehicles around these burnt spots are still “white” and have much less damage compared to the destroyed vehicles serviced in later images. In other words, even explosions that leave burn marks on the asphalt cannot be what turns the vehicles into what we see in the videos.

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On the other hand, it can be seen that most of the vehicles abandoned on the roadside, far away from the burned spots, are still undamaged 29 hours after the attack.

CONCLUSION

When the condition of the vehicles in the footage is examined, it can be understood that it is not possible for the civilian vehicles in the festival area to have "been in the state shown in the videos and destroyed during Hamas's extremely brutal" attack.

However, on the other hand, the timing of this image shows that the vehicles in the festival area may not have happened during the "Israeli army panicking - or by applying the Hanibal protocol - firing artillery or helicopter fire at everyone and the vehicles in the area, without distinguishing between Israelis and Hamas" (which was stated to have occurred before this image).

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SO WHERE DID THESE VEHICLES “REALLY” COME FROM?

To summarize, although we cannot say anything about where these vehicles were actually brought from or who made them like this by looking at this satellite photo; We can understand that the images of piles of "destroyed and burned" vehicles, which are the subject of many different claims in the world media, cannot be the vehicles in the festival area that were attacked at 6:30 in the morning on October 7, 2023.

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They simply wanted to advance their Zionist agenda before Türkiye and muslims became too strong to antagonize.
 

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Just for comparison, That is how a car looks when hit by RPG.

 

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