Sunday, January 11, 2009
Hadicsel, for those unfortunates unable to read Hungarian, means "war ruse". The Mongols defeated Hungarian armies (which should have known better, being half Mongols themselves) using "hadicsel". One of the most effective was to encircle the enemy camp but to leave a corridor apparently unguarded. Enemy individuals are let to escape, so slowly the whole army takes courage and tries to filtrate out through the hole. When disorder reigns, the Mongols attack. This hadicsel is relevant to the Gaza situation. We have destroyed all the tunnels communicating Gaza with the Sinai desert, except a few VIP tunnels. HAMAS members are starting to escape through these "undiscovered" tunnels. Soon HAMAS as a whole will be queuing at the entrance of these tunnels. Then they will fall in our trap. Hadicsel, in Hungarian.