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Here’s How Hamas Digs Terror Tunnels and Builds Rockets (Video)

The Defense Ministry is literally gambling the lives of Israelis by only not bombing terror tunnels.
Hamas spends 20 percent of its budget on building underground terror tunnels that also are used to attack Israel with missiles.

Hamas spends 20 percent of its budget on building underground terror tunnels that also are used to attack Israel with missiles.
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Hamas continues to dig underground, building dozens of tunnels used to attack and kidnap Israelis while manufacturing powerful weapons, producing missiles that can reach major Israeli cities such as Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

The terrorist authority has trained civilians to become experts in building underground tunnel, IDF spokesmen stated on the military’s blog website.“Hamas’ military wing devotes about 20 percent of its budget to building these tunnels inside Gaza, many of which lead under the border into Israel.

IDF soldiers last October discovered the opening of a 60-foot deep and mile-long tunnel built by Gaza terrorists near the Israeli community of Ein HaShlosha.

“There’s one Gaza above ground, and another one underground,” said a senior officer in the IDF Intelligence Corps. “Tunneling has existed [in Gaza] since the mid 1990s, but it has really grown into an industry. More funds are invested in it – we’re talking about millions of dollars every year – and the need for engineers are growing.

“Our estimate is that there are tens of tunnels from Gaza into Israel, only half of which we know about. Hamas pays professionals to train special military units that have one simple purpose: to dig and tunnel underground.”

Since the end of Operation Pillar of Defense, in November 2012, Hamas has been busy rebuilding its arsenal. Because importing weapons has become more difficult for Hamas, the terrorist organization has begun manufacturing rockets inside Gaza, and Hamas is producing the M-75, which can reach as far as Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

“They focus on rockets of higher quality,” explained the officer. “During Operation Pillar of Defense, only five M-75 rockets were fired, but we expect more in a future conflict.” The rocket is only one part of Hamas’ expanding arsenal. Today there are more than 10,000 rockets, mortar shells and ammunition in the hands of the Gaza terrorists.

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One Response to “Here’s How Hamas Digs Terror Tunnels and Builds Rockets (Video)”

  1. Why is Israel not dinamiting each and every tunnel they know of?
    Hopefully, they will trap hundreds of their Hamas vermin in their tunnels

    And the world supports Islamic terrorism against Jews anywhere, and gainst the Jewish state of Israel

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