November 1, 2023

Israel Finds Hamas Manual on Building Chemical Weapons

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) found a manual in the possession of a dead terrorist describing how to build chemical weapons.

The details were reportedly discovered on a memory card found on the body of a terrorist killed at Kibbutz Be'eri on Oct. 7.

"Among the ingredients cited are potassium permanganate, pure acetone, hydrogen peroxide, concentrated sulfuric acid and hydrochloric acid — with the manual providing a step-by-step list of instructions on how to create the diabolical weapon," the New York Post reported.

"The instructions then go on to detail how adding an ingredient creates a deadly gas — adding this chilling note: 'Peace, mercy, and blessings of God,'" it added.

“It’s official Al Qaeda material. We’re dealing with ISIS, Al Qaeda, and Hamas,” Israeli President Isaac Herzog said.

“In this material, there were instructions on how to produce chemical weapons. This is — it speaks about arson and it speaks about various chemicals that come out and produce chemical weapons," it continued.

The Hamas attacks on Oct. 7 killed over 1,400 Israelis, making it the largest single attacks on the Jewish people since the Holocaust.

Israel has since responded, including airstrikes and now limited ground attacks in the Gaza Strip.

The battles are expected to continue for some time as Israel has vowed to destroy Hamas to keep them from committing crimes against their people in the future.

The discovery of plans for chemical weapons makes the battle even more critical as Israel seeks to defend its people and land from the Hamas terrorists and their additional efforts.

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