Tel Aviv, November 20: Israeli soldiers discovered 35 tunnel shafts and seized weapons in northern Gaza, the Israel Defence Forces announced on Sunday. The shafts and tunnels were discovered during raids on the homes of Hamas officials in Gaza’s upscale Rimal and Sheikh Ejalin neighbourhoods. A number of Hamas terrorists were killed in the fighting. Israel-Hamas War: Palestinian Death Toll in Gaza Surpasses 13,000 Amid Relentless Israeli Attacks, Including 5,500 Children
Israeli forces also raided a Hamas military camp, where ammunition depots and seven rocket launchers were uncovered. The army reported on Sunday morning that over the past 24 hours, soldiers engaged Hamas terrorists on the outskirts of Jabaliya. A terror cell preparing to fire on troops from the roof of a residential building was eliminated in an air strike, according to the IDF. Weapons and military equipment were also found in residential buildings in the neighbourhood. Israel-Hamas War: US President Joe Biden Rejects Ceasefire Calls in Gaza, Threatens Jewish Extremists in West Bank
Israeli Soldiers Discover 35 Gaza Tunnel Shafts
IDF raided the homes of senior Hamas officials in Gaza’s Rimal neighborhood, and found 35 (!!!) tunnel shafts there.
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Israeli Navy commandos assisted ground forces from their position off the Gaza coast, attacking Hamas targets “using thousands of munitions from the sea” and assisting ground forces “with fire and observation by opening axes, escorting with fire, thwarting land threats against our forces and providing cover for land missions from the sea,” according to the IDF.
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