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IDF Finds Second Terror Tunnel into Israel

Tensions on the Gaza border have greatly increased this week, with terrorists launching mortars at the IDF and the Israeli military responding. Now, The Times of Israel's Ilan Ben Zion reports that the IDF has uncovered a second terror tunnel leading into Israel:

The tunnel, which is slated to be destroyed in the coming days, is 28 meters deep and was located just a few kilometers from where another tunnel was located and destroyed last month, the army said.

The exact location of both tunnels has been kept under wraps by the IDF censor.

Israeli troops who were fired upon in several separate incidents since Tuesday were working to uncover the tunnel and other cross-border passageways, the army confirmed in a statement.

“The IDF considers above and below-ground terror activity a violation of the State of Israel’s sovereignty and a threat to its citizens and deems Hamas solely responsible,” a spokesperson said. “It is our job to locate and destroy them.”

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