The families of the Israeli settlers who were killed demanded that an Israeli tank be shelled in the Ba'eri settlement during an operation Al-Aqsa flood On October 7, the army ordered a comprehensive and transparent investigation into the decisions “that led to this tragic outcome” and made the findings public.
The families of the settlers who were killed in the Be'eri settlement “while being held hostage in the Pasi Cohen house called on the Israeli army to investigate the army's actions there.
The families' letter was published yesterday evening, Friday, during a program on Israeli Channel 12.
The message republished the scenario of the events that took place that day, and quoted Brigadier General Barak Hiram’s statements to the New York Times, in which he said that he ordered the tank to bomb even if “Israeli civilians” were injured.
According to the testimony of two survivors of the bombing, a fierce battle broke out between fighters Al-Qassam Brigades -The military wing of the movement agitation- The Israeli army forces arrived at the house and confirmed that a number of settlement residents were killed by tank fire.
On the other hand, an Israeli army spokesman stated in response that the army “will conduct a detailed and in-depth investigation to find out the details until the end when the operational situation allows it, and will publish its results to the public,” praising at the same time Brigadier General Hiram who gave the orders for the bombing.