Israeli army officials are outraged over a leaked IDF's video analysis of two Palestinian sea-borne heroic commando raids during the recent onslaught on Gaza.
The nearly six-minute-long debriefing video and audio is made of an amalgam of CCTV footage from secretive army human and electronic surveillance outposts close to the beach at the northern end of the Gaza Strip. The video reveals an outstanding Palestinian heroism, but it also exposes the level of surveillance coverage around Israel’s border. The cuts are taken from various locations, angles and heights, include manned and remote watch towers, helicopters, drones, seaborne weapons-systems viewfinders and targeting systems, all synced together in order to track the Palestinian commandos.
The broadcast of the full, uncensored footage, of the leaked video in Arab media has alarmed IDF officials. ‘This is an internal army analysis, whose revelation is a serious incident, and one that will be investigated and handled accordingly, and not via the media,” an IDF source commented.