To purportedly help minimize the number of civilian casualties in Gaza, Israel has deployed an artificial intelligence (AI) weapon ironically called “Gospel” that supposedly uses robots to select military targets in Gaza at a rapid pace. Experts warn, however, that Israel’s Gospel is a lie, and that its AI system has actually created an “assassination factory” in the Palestinian territory.
According to a statement on the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) website, the Israeli military uses Gospel to “produce targets at a fast pace.” It further states that Gospel does this using “the rapid and automatic extraction of intelligence with the goal of a complete match between the recommendation of the machine and the identification carried out by a person.”
During previous assaults on Gaza, it is claimed that the IDF faced a shortage of targets to attack due to the absence of the Gospel. However, with the presence of the Gospel, Israel can now eliminate a greater number of targets more rapidly, enabling the Jewish state to accomplish its objectives of complete destruction at an accelerated pace.
In the words of Aviv Kochavi, former leader of the IDF, the Gospel was initially utilized during the May 2021 military operation in Gaza. He disclosed that this campaign was particularly effective, enabling Israel to target a vastly greater number of sites in Gaza than ever before.
Kochavi mentioned that to provide a better understanding, in previous times we used to create 50 objectives in Gaza annually. However, this device now generates 100 objectives within a day, and half of them are subjected to attack.
The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) is declining to reveal the specific data or criteria it uses to generate targets for the Gospel killing machine, choosing instead to keep this information confidential.
Jesus’ gospel is love; Israel’s Gospel is mass murder
Israeli publication +972 Magazine spoke with a former Israeli official who revealed that Gospel is, in fact, a “mass assassination factory” that does not protect civilians in Gaza.
“I remember thinking that it was like if [Palestinian militants] would bomb all the private residences of our families when [Israeli soldiers] go back to sleep at home on the weekend,” the source, critical of Gospel, explained about how the AI system selects the homes of “suspected” low-level Hamas members and bombs them, killing civilians in close proximity.
It turns out that Gospel plays a central role in Israel’s ongoing military operations in Gaza. Israeli operatives claim that Gospel is “very accurate” at minimizing the number of civilian casualties, but a lawyer who advises governments on AI and compliance with humanitarian law says there is “little empirical evidence” to support that claim.
So far, Israel has hit over 15,000 targets in Gaza since the October 7 false flag incident. Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor says Israel has dropped more than 25,000 tons of explosive on Gaza during this time, with IDF reports stating that as few as 1,000 “suspected” Hamas members have been killed. Meanwhile, Israel has murdered about 15,000 civilians in the process, roughly 6,000 of them children.
Richard Moyes, the leader of Article 36, a research organization, states that a casual examination of the destruction depicted in pictures provides evident proof that Israel’s aerial attacks are not primarily focused on precision.
“Look at the physical landscape of Gaza,” Moyes is quoted as saying. “We’re seeing the widespread flattening of an urban area with heavy explosive weapons, so to claim there’s precision and narrowness of force being exerted is not borne out by the facts.”
This past week, the BBC analyzed drone and satellite imagery of Gaza, determining that Israel has destroyed or damaged more than 100,000 buildings throughout the Palestinian territory since October 7.