An “underground fear passage dove from Gaza into Israel” was found in the southern piece of the Gaza strip, Israel Defense Forces declared on Monday.
“IDF troops just uncovered an underground fear passage dove from Gaza into Israel,” The Israel Defense Forces tweeted on Monday. “How’d we discover it? While building an underground security obstruction. For what reason would we say we are building an underground obstruction? To prevent Gaza fear mongers from delving burrows into Israel. Get it’s working.”
They made the disclosure during development of an underground obstruction around the beach front enclave five years after the beginning of an activity designed for finding and annihilating such passages, The Times of Israel announced, refering to the IDF.
How’d we discover it?
While building an underground security hindrance.
For what reason would we say we are building an underground boundary?
To prevent Gaza fear based oppressors from diving burrows into Israel.
“As of now, IDF troopers are directing an examination of the section. More data will be given right away,” the military said Monday.
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The passage did not speak to a risk and was “being dealt with by the IDF,” The Times of Israel revealed, refering to the Eshkol Regional Council, covering the zone where the passage was found.