Belmont Club Unveils Jaw-Dropping Hostage Rescue Mission


IDF saved four hostages from a Hamas stronghold. It was “one the most complex hostage-rescue operations ever “. Hen Mazig, an Israeli writer, explains why this was so difficult.

Hamas moved the hostages into different apartments and there was concern that terrorists would escape if the only building was stormed.

Hamas cannot prevent people from entering nearby areas at random. IDF can use this to its advantage by moving assets around the area.

The IDF had an advantage in time. The IDF was able to coordinate, evaluate and repurpose all of the assault elements within a simulated battlefield tens of seconds faster than Hamas. The IDF also used communications and information. Mazzig added: “The Yamam models (Israel’s anti-terrorism units), reminded senior officers of the Entebbe operation models, which included small areas, houses, streets, and practice areas. ”

A video from today shows an Israeli UH-60 transport helicopter with 25-year-old Noa Arigamani, who was rescued in the Joint-Operation on the Central Gaza Strip. Video shows an Israeli UH-60 taking off from the coast in the Gaza Strip, less than 100 yards away from the Temporary Floating Humanitarian Aid Pier. Also seen is a U.S. Army M-ATV mine-resistant ambush-protected (MRAP).

Hamas has conceded much of its kinetic domain to Israel, realizing the huge disparity in their capabilities. Hamas, recognizing the vast disparity between its capabilities and Israel’s, has ceded much of the kinetic domain. Joe Biden can stop the IDF from destroying Hamas.

Hamas can salvage its mess and mythologize if it surrenders. Hamas can live in hope instead of dying in the tunnel. “