Israeli bomb Hamas Mile “Terrorist Tunnel”

Israeli forces announced on Tuesday a barrage of new strikes targeting the so-called “terrorist tunnel” Hamas network, further reducing the group’s ability to launch attacks on Israel.

Israel Defense Forces (IDF) spokesman Hidai Zilberman told reporters at around 10 pm local time that dozens of Israeli planes would hit about 40 underground targets along an eight-mile range within 30 minutes 122. He said he had dropped the bomb. tunnel, The Times of Israel reported..

Silberman said the targets included headquarters and a weapons storage facility, adding that he estimated that at least 10 members of the Islamic Jihad terrorist group in Hamas and Palestinia had been killed.

He said the strikes were concentrated in a location in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, from which most of the rockets targeting Israeli cities were launched.

Official IDF Twitter account at the beginning of Tuesday Announcement“From 8 o’clock this morning, we have identified and attacked nine underground and above-ground rocket launch sites in Gaza,” he added. “We will continue to work against terrorism.”

Silberman’s announcement comes after IDF says it destroyed 9.3 miles of the tunnel system on Monday.

“Our fighters neutralized 9.3 miles of Hamas’s” metro “terrorist tunnel system all night. That’s 9.3 miles that can no longer be used for terrorism, “said IDF. Said in a statement on May 17th.

Israeli military officials described the tunnel system as a vast underground network that allowed Hamas to fight “attrition warfare.”

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People inspect the rubble of a building destroyed by an Israeli airstrike in the city of Gaza on May 16, 2021. (AdelHana / AP photo)

Hostility occurs on May 10 when Hamas, Islamic Jihad, and other Islamic Jihad groups launch long-range rockets in Jerusalem after weeks of clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli police in the sanctuary. Did. Hamas said the rocket attack was in retaliation against the Israeli police in response to a Palestinian protest in response to weeks of tensions over a lawsuit to expel several Palestinian families in East Jerusalem. ..

In response, Israel has launched more than 1,000 precise airstrikes and artillery targets on Hamas and other targets that are often built near civilian landmarks in densely populated coastal areas.

Since May 10, at least 217 Palestinians have been killed, 61 children and 36 women have been killed and more than 1,440 have been injured in the Associated Press. In Israel, 12 people, including boys and soldiers, were killed in a Hamas rocket attack.

The ceasefire movement continues behind the scenes, but little progress has been made.

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