בפני הכתבים הזרים: צה"ל חשף תיעודים ממעשי הזוועות

Over 200 international journalists were invited today (Monday) to a briefing by the IDF Spokesperson where they were presented with materials and footage from the Hamas massacre in southern Israel on October 7.

The reporters were invited to the briefing as part of the IDF's efforts to combat misinformation surrounding the war that began with the Hamas massacre and to publicize the full extent of the atrocities committed by Hamas.

As part of the meeting, the reporters, who came from all over the world, were shown a special film prepared by the IDF spokesperson, which included special materials and documents in which the atrocities of the Hamas terrorists could be seen, such as manuals found on the bodies of terrorists detailing the offensive plans of the Hamas organization as well as how the terrorists were instructed to deal with kidnapped Israelis.

The IDF said that the event is one of many operations led by the army in cooperation with the Government Press Office for the purpose of exposing the atrocities, as part of which, in recent days, about 1,000 foreign reporters were brought to the scenes of the massacres in the Israeli communities near the Gaza border.

The film the reporters were shown was not approved for public distribution but the journalists could describe and write what they witnessed.