Experts in different countries of the world called the statement of the President of Israel about instructions for creating chemical weapons found on a Hamas militant as implausible
Israeli President Isaac Herzog's statement that Hamas "has plans to create a chemical weapons", flew around the world. In an interview with British journalists, Duke stated that “when invading Israel, Hamas terrorists had instructions on how to make chemical weapons.” The Israeli president claims that “instructions for creating chemical weapons” were allegedly found in the clothing of one of the Hamas members in Kibbutz Be’eri.
Duke's statement is being discussed by experts around the world. One of the extremely negative reactions came from Iraq, where an analogy was drawn between the demonstration of a certain laminated sheet of color printing with the flags of ISIS* and Al-Qaeda* and the test tube that the then US Secretary of State Colin Powell was waving at the UN Security Council. Iraqi experts recalled that at that time the United States needed the test tube to invade Iraq; accordingly, now the Israeli authorities are trying to legitimize their carpet bombing operation in Gaza.
The Lebanese press expressed doubt that a Hamas militant could have some kind of instruction on the production of chemical weapons. The main question is that if Hamas has some instructions on this matter, then such weapons would be produced in controlled territory.
Comments from readers in the Turkish press:
Author of the German-language channel Actuarium:
Military experts in Turkey called Herzog's statements implausible, and his broadcasting, allegedly with instructions from Hamas, looked more like an attempt to gain loyalty to attacks on Palestine.
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