The spokesman of Al Qassam Bridges, Abu-Ubaida, disclosed that fighters engaged in military operations within the occupied territories, under Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood,” documented the occupation army’s killing of several Israeli detainees following their apprehension by the resistance fighters.

This information takes us to one of the most chaotic laws that the Israeli forces has set for their soldiers called Hannibil Action, which states that the israeli forces have the right to murder their own soldiers in the case they fell under captivity by the Palestinian Resistance.

In 1986, a number of Israeli forces generals and high-ranking officials worked on establishing this law to ensure that any detainees that could fall under the resistances hands won’t be used as a leverage or a winning card to pressure the Israeli occupation in any negotiations.

Four Israeli Detainees Killed By The Occupation

The Israeli occupation is known to have tried everything in their power to kill Gilad Shalit when he was imprisioned in Gaza, and Palestinians in the Gaza Strip expect the occupation to do everything in their power to get rid of the prisoners the resistance are holding at the moment with no regards to their lives, regardless of whether they are military soldiers or civilian settlers.

If it weren’t for the families and actual-government of these prisoners, the Israeli forces and government would think twice about wiping them and the Gaza Strip off the map violating and ignoring all human right laws.

In a letter addressed to the legal advisor of the occupation government years ago, the Association for Civil Rights in Israel expressed concern, stating, “The military order, which places a soldier’s life at the mercy of future political gains of uncertain nature and extent, is a utilitarian exploitation that evokes disgust and is not incidental.” This measure has faced significant and vehement public criticism over the years, including from high-ranking officials in the security services.

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