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IDF uncovers a Hamas cache of rigged dolls, children’s backpacks, and explosives

Israeli soldiers successfully thwarted an intricate Hamas ambush in the Gaza Strip, as revealed by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) on Friday. The IDF released footage showing the location where the ambush was planned.

In the video, an IDF soldier pointed out the presence of explosives in various corners of the area. The soldiers discovered children’s dolls and backpacks equipped with speakers to simulate crying sounds and songs, intending to lure them into a terrorist tunnel.

The soldier explained that the goal was to trick the Israeli forces into searching for hostages or missing persons by playing voices in Hebrew, creating a scenario to draw them into an area rigged with explosives.

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) did not immediately respond to allegations that Hamas used agency materials to conceal weapons.

The rigged children’s objects and explosives were deliberately placed near a tunnel connected to Hamas’ underground network, extending under nearby civilian structures, including a school, medical clinic, and a mosque housing a Hamas command center with surveillance cameras monitoring IDF troops.

The IDF statement asserted the presence of Hamas anti-tank and intelligence positions in the area, along with an extensive network of explosives aimed at targeting IDF troops. The released footage coincided with the IDF sharing graphic footage of a Hamas terrorist being killed inside a tunnel in northern Gaza.

The conflict between Israel and Hamas has persisted for over two months since the initial hostilities on October 7, during which Hamas reportedly killed around 1,200 Israeli civilians and took hundreds of hostages.

By: Montana Newsroom staff

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