Skip to comments.Watch: IDF Forces Kill Terrorist in Underground Battle
Posted on 07/31/2014 6:32:27 AM PDT by DeoVindiceSicSemperTyrannis
As the battle with terrorist groups in Gaza continues to rage, IDF forces have taken the fight to Hamas in its vast network of underground tunnels, many of which lead into Israeli territory for attacks against both military and civilian targets.
On Thursday, the military released footage from an underground gun battle, in which soldiers from the IDF's Givati Brigade killed at least one terrorist.
In the video - which is subtitled in Hebrew only - a commander can be heard alerting his men to a terrorist nearby: "There was a guy just here, that terrorist, who entered between us and you."
Soldiers open fire twice at the terrorist, injuring him first and then - as the commander alerts them that he is still alive - shooting him dead. They then emerge from the tunnel inside a building in Gaza, where another group of terrorists had been spotted.
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Pressure-pump concrete in till it flows out the top. Then, in 1,000 years, pompeii-like archeological gold mine!
Welcome to CA. Now get out!
heheh...sounds good to me....but that would take a lot of $$$$$
Pump seawater in them. Any building in Gaza that has seawater running out of it should then be bombed immediately and the tunnels destroyed later. Depending on the quality of the cement, seawater will weaken it over time. The tunnels would then collapse.
There is some cement, but most of these tunnels are carved into the natural limestone.
We did the same thing to the Romans 2000 years ago. Worked for about 100 years.
And remember, Obama wanted the Israelis to stop destroying tunnels.
I’m not sure which site is more spam-heavy, INN or Breitbart.
Here’s the YTs:
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