Agranat Commission of Inquiry Interim Report (April ) il/news/politics/ Chapter 1: Preface. 1. Israel finally releases the late prime minister’s testimony before the Agranat in advance but did not properly pass information along, declassified report says. The Agranat Commission’s reports were ferociously debated on the front pages of newspapers, on radio and television, by every cab driver and shopkeeper.
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Several of the responsible persons published their own versions of events or had them published by others. Publication of the report led to the resignation of Zeira from the army. For example, on 1 October and again on 3 OctoberLieutenant Benjamin Siman Yovorder of battle intelligence officer for the Southern Command, gave his superior Lt Colonel Gadalia documents indicating Egypt’s war preparations. The crucial factor in the military disaster did not occur in Octoberbut at the end of the war of attrition, when Israel allowed the Soviets to advance SAM 3 and SAM 6 missiles nearly to the line of the canal.
The contradictions are numerous and a full account would look like Rashomon – many different interpretations of repor same action. Agramat in a book was opened by a different top Iraqi official, killing him, Israel TV documentary reveals; agents also sent bomb that injured top Nazi Alois Brunner in Damascus. Another result of the Agranat Commission was the Basic Law regarding the Army, which set the division of authority between the army and the civilian policy makers. It is the same sound as a.
Chief of Staff David Elazar Photo: I couldn’t get a logical answer,” Yadin said.
The conclusions of the report inspired the creation of an advisor to the Prime Minister on intelligence matters, and of a special AMAN military intelligence unit tasked with the creation of a situation evaluation that is the opposite of the accepted one.
After his departure, Gonen argued that he had only been in the post for a few months and that the command had been neglected by his predecessor Ariel Sharon.
What about the reality of the American airlift? Minister Yisrael Galili asked to hold an urgent meeting as soon as the prime minister returned to Israel.
These are the details of Golda Meir’s testimony for the Agranat Commission that was published Thursday for the first time, 40 years after qgranat war. The completed report was 1, pages long, with pages devoted to the fighting in the south and to the northern front.
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For example, a soldier who becomes accustomed in time of peace not to observe the minor rules, such as in matters of personal appearance, without being alerted to this failure by his superior officer, will in the end be negligent in carrying out operational orders.
The Agranat Commission, appointed by the cabinet to investigate the debacle of the Yom Kippur War, catapulted Agranat into the center of Israel’s gravest crisis.
The public part of the report was written as if the Agranat commission was not aware of several key facts about the war:. Conclusions of the Agranat Commission regarding personnel: Questions and Answers Why Yom Kippur day? The Cabinet implied authority when it stated that the Cabinet has authority over all areas not covered by other legislation.
Meir criticized the defense minister. In Arabic there are several letters that have similar sounds. Particular criticism relates to its exoneration of the country’s political leadership, especially Defense Minister Dayan.
Committee member, former Chief of General Staff Yigael Yadinasked Meir invasive questions, agrwnat to other members, who defended her.
I don’t have a reasonable response for this, I didn’t talk to the Aman chief, there are people who are bigger experts than me when it comes to Intel. On July 10,the Commission issued a second interim report, which, unlike the first interim report, was almost completely censored. He knew what was going on in the fronts, he knew this is a source he could hear something agrranat from, he got the codeword chemicals, which meant war and he went.
A professor of law, Pnina Lahav has published nearly 50 journal articles and books, including the critically acclaimed Judgment in Jerusalem: Despite predictions that the north is staying calm, war over missiles looms large on the horizon; and Hamas shows it can still undermine Israel even with its tunnels exposed.
This caused so repoort public concern that Sharon was asked to appear before the Commission,  which accepted his testimony that the quote was in the context of a specific event which occurred under very exceptional circumstances. Israeli commissions and inquiries Yom Kippur War. Surprisingly, they could not find a clear statement of civilian control over the military.
Meir was asked if she received any major updates while she was abroad, and she replied that she had. This edition of the report omitted forty-eight pages that dealt exclusively with intelligence affairs. She said Chief of Staff David Elazar said that either way they’ll say about Israel that it’s being aggressive if it calls up reservists, “so there was know difference between calling up 70 thousand, or thousand, if they’re going to say we started the war.
Aman believed, she added, that the Syrians would not act alone, but rather with Egypt, and that the drill was for protective purposes. The Agranat Commission found that there was lack of clarity regarding the specific responsibilities for national security of the Prime Minister, the Minister of Defense and the Chief of Staff, “From the constitutional standpoint, it was never defined if the Minister of Defense is a kind of super chief of staff who must provide guidance to the Chief of Staff in his responsibility in the operative area, or of he is actually the supreme commander of the IDF in his capacity as minister of defense.
Its headline recommendation was the dismissal of four senior officers in military intelligence: Despite the severe oversight, Meir supported Aman in her testimony. The commission placed main responsibility for the intelligence surprise and lack of preparedness on the military leaders, while the government was cleared of direct responsibility. The Committee sat for sessions, during which they listened to the testimony of 58 witnesses.