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Wednesday, August 30, 2006

'Palestinians' in Gaza try it again: Israel foils tunnel attack

The 'Palestinians' in Gaza haven't had enough pounding from Israeli troops since they kidnapped IDF Corporal Gilad Shalit and killed two other soldiers on June 25. Today, the IDF disclosed that the 'Palestinians' tried to dig yet another tunnel into Israel. This time, the IDF stopped it.

The IDF and the Shin Bet thwarted a terrorist attack that Palestinians had planned to carry out via a terror tunnel, it was revealed on Wednesday.

IDF troops discovered an underground tunnel earlier this week that had been dug by terror operatives on the outskirts of the Shajaiyeh neighborhood in Gaza City.

The opening of the 13-meter-deep, 150-meter-long tunnel was found inside a building at least one kilometer away from the Gaza security fence. It was believed that the target of the attack was the nearby Karni Crossing.

It was as yet unclear whether the tunnel - similar to the one used by Palestinians in June's attack on the IDF outpost at Kerem Shalom in which Cpl. Gilad Shalit was abducted - was intended as a means of infiltrating Israeli territory, or whether it was meant to be rigged with explosives.
Imagine if they spent all the resources that they spend trying to dig tunnels and attack Israel trying to improve their people's lives instead. And these 'people' want a state reichlet?


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