On October 24, 2014 at least 31 Egyptians soldiers were killed when Hamas backed Muslim Brotherhood terrorists from Rafah, Gaza launched an attack against the Egyptian Army near Rafah, Egypt. Egyptian President Sisi then decided that Egypt needed a buffer zone between the two parts of the town. His solution was to blow up homes on the Egyptian side of the border to create a buffer zone making it harder to hide tunnel entrances on the Egyptian side. On the matrix below the axis term is BUFFER ZONE. At the same skip as the axis term is CAPTURED RAFAH. At skip +1 is EGYPT (touching the last letter of BUFFER ZONE), WAR, and ISRAEL. At an ELS are HAMAS and SISI.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MATRIX. As per my standard protocol, no statistical significance is assigned to the axis term, here BUFFER ZONE at its 9th lowest skip in wrapped Torah. This is an extremely unusual matrix in that the axis term is 7 letters long, but there is an 8-letter term (CAPTURED RAFAH) at the same absolute skip. However, here it's important to be honest. The only part of CAPTURED RAFAH that was found a-priori (thought of before the experiment) was RAFAH. Therefore, since CAPTURED was only found through the a-posteriori technique of snooping, I can only use the frequency of RAFAH at special case skips (+/-1 or the absolute skip of the axis term) for odds calculations. As such, RAFAH was found this way against odds of about 70 to 1 (before adjustment to account for ELS rank 9 of the axis term). Note: both Rafah towns (in Gaza and Egypt) were captured by Israel from Egypt in 1967, but Egypt didn't want the part in Gaza back from Israel when a peace treaty was signed between the two countries.
NETANYAHU was found at skip +1 (best case scenario) against odds of about 22 to 1, and WAR was found in the open text against odds of about 10 to 1. EGYPT had about a 64% chance to be somewhere on the matrix, but the odds against it being so close to BUFFER ZONE were about 24 to 1. HAMAS was found at an ELS against odds of about 4 to 1. ISRAEL and SISI were expected to be on the matrix. I used 4 transliterations for SISI and the spelling used was not the best. There are 2 letters for S in Hebrew, samech and shin/sin. The standard spelling uses samech for S each time while the spelling shown uses shin/sin. Overall the matrix exists against odds of about 14,360 to 1.