WATCH: Hamas smashed holes in walls of Gaza homes for terror operatives to move between buildings

Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian is The Times of Israel's military correspondent

This handout image released by the IDF on June 14, 2024, shows a hole in a wall of a home in southern Gaza's Rafah, used by Hamas operatives to move between buildings. (Israel Defense Forces)
This handout image released by the IDF on June 14, 2024, shows a hole in a wall of a home in southern Gaza's Rafah, used by Hamas operatives to move between buildings. (Israel Defense Forces)

The Israeli military releases footage showing how Hamas smashed holes in walls of homes in southern Gaza’s Rafah, to allow terror operatives to move between buildings to fight IDF troops.

The IDF says troops of the Nahal Brigade found several such holes in dense neighborhoods of Rafah.

The Nahal troops have also killed numerous gunmen and located many tunnel shafts and weapons in the Rafah area, the military says.

Nahal forces also directed an airstrike on a booby-trapped building in the area. The military says it identified secondary blasts after the building was hit by a fighter jet, indicating explosives were hidden there.

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