The news of the Israeli ground attack on Gaza last night was the result of “a misunderstanding” with the international media. This is what the IDF – the Israeli Defense Forces – affirms, speaking of a misunderstanding caused by an “ambiguous declaration” by the Israeli army itself in which, shortly before our midnight, it was stated that “the Israeli air and ground forces were attacking the Gaza Strip “. After this IDF tweet, followed by a Benjamin Netanyahu statement stating that “we are making Hamas pay a heavy price, the operation will continue as long as necessary”, all major international media headlined the news of the The ground attack began. But after just over an hour, the Israeli media began reporting statements by an army spokesman that Israeli troops had not entered Gaza. “The military, tanks and artillery were close to the border, but still on the Israeli side,” the army spokesman told Times of Israel. A statement contrary to that date, to the Israeli newspaper reporter himself. , the spokesman responsible for contacts with the international media, who confirmed unambiguously that the Israeli forces were in Gaza. But then, a few hours later, correcting himself, issuing a statement stating that the misunderstanding was the result of “an internal communication error” for which he was taking responsibility. IDF spokesman Hidai Zilberman said he was An internal investigation was launched to find out what caused the misunderstanding. ‘Channel 12’ reveals that in reality the statement would not have been a mistake at all, but a ploy to have Hamas militiamen rush to take refuge in the underground tunnels, which were massively bombed last night by Israeli air raids.