RUTHLESS Hamas terrorists meticulously plotted a warped assault plan in a twisted 14-page document.

Israeli rescuers claim to have found discarded raid plans ordering fanatics to "take hostages for negotiations" among the bodies of Hamas fighters after they unexpectedly stormed over the border.

Hamas terrorists unleashed carnage in Israel as they swept in on motorbikes, handgliders and bulldozers before massacring more than 1,200 in their homes and at a music festival on October 7.

Days of heavy rocket fire followed as Israel retaliated to the unprecedented assault with a barrage of airstrikes.

Now a 14-page operational plan has been uncovered amid a pile of Hamas terrorists' bodies in a Toyota pick-up truck, according to Israeli rescue group South First Responders (SFR).

The alleged plot, dated October 2022 and titled "raid plan", spells out wicked plans for an assault on the kibbutz of Mefalsim – including specific instructions to cut holes in fences.

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In the document, it reveals the attack would be manned by a commander and two squads of five people.

A page branded the "most important" by SFR sets out "tasks" including "take prisoner soldiers, residents, and take hostages for negotiations".

The document also outlines the operational schedule and which member of the squad will do what, such as "open a hole" in the fence or provide "artillery".

The alleged plot also assessed how quickly Israeli forces could respond to an attack – suggesting they could arrive from Nahal Oz on "two or three jeeps" within "three to five minutes".

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It also details how the kibbutz has "1,000 civilians", of which "they claim 20 of them are a rapid response team", according to the IDF.

SFR said rescuers also separately found pieces of paper Hamas militants had on them "with overviews of Israeli armoured vehicles and tanks" and "detailed equipment lists".

It is understood the papers also noted the weak points of Israeli vehicles.

SFR said they are still reviewing the documents and trying to determine the significance of the date on the front, October 2022.

The unit wrote on Telegram: "We continue to hear that Hamas is attempting to convince the world that it did not target civilians.

"These operational plans which we have decided to publish, show that (possibly) as far back as 2022, Hamas devised extremely intricate plans to attack communities with exact intelligence that they were loaded with civilians (they had references to army bases minutes away) and direct orders on which specific force should target civilians for kidnapping."

On October 10, two Hamas terrorists who entered Mefalsim were gunned down by Israeli soldiers before defenders blockaded the area.

It is not clear whether this was linked to the plot documents.

Depraved Hamas fanatics used a careful campaign of deception to ensure Israel was caught off guard after two years of planning.

Major Nir Dinar, spokesman for the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF), said: "This is our 9/11. They got us."

Militants blasted through towns and villages as they launched their shocking assault.

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Israel Defense Forces (IDF) chief spokesman, Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari, said up to 3,500 Hamas terrorists took part in the surprise offensive.

In at least one area, evil fighters hung up an ISIS flag after killing innocent citizens.

Israeli soldiers uncovered the terror group's flag alongside other equipment in the kibbutz Sufa.

The IDF tweeted: "Hamas brought ISIS flags to massacre Israeli children, women and men.

"Hamas is a genocidal terrorist organization. Hamas is worse than ISIS."

Another kibbutz was transformed into a hellish wasteland as brutal Hamas terrorists cruelly massacred at least 40 babies and kids.

Savage militants – branded the "new Nazis" – went house to house in Kfar Aza, beheading youngsters and shooting elderly women in a vile two-day rampage that tore families apart.

Scenes of devastation are all that remain – an abandoned baby's pram by a burnt-out car, corpses strewn on streets and body bags lining an outdoor basketball court.

At least 40 kids were killed in Kfar Aza, with many of their bodies riddled with bullets while others were beheaded and families were burnt alive.

It was among more than 15 that bore the brunt of the Hamas' horror blitz.

Meanwhile, a music festival turned into a bloodbath and rescuers later found 260 bodies.

Witnesses said the Palestinian militants cut the power and opened fire – with shocking footage showing terrified ravers fleeing the site.

At least 1,000 Israelis were killed in Hamas' assault on October 7- while an estimated 150 soldiers, men, women, children and the elderly into captivity in Gaza.

The attack, the worst breach in Israel's defences since Arab armies waged war in 1973, followed two years of subterfuge by Hamas that involved keeping its military plans under wraps.

Israel was led to believe it was containing Hamas by providing economic incentives to Gazan workers.

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But all the while, the group's fighters were being trained and drilled, according to a source close to Hamas told Reuters.

Israel concedes it was caught off guard by an attack timed to coincide with the Jewish Sabbath and a religious holiday.

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