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Watch: Hamas Turns Terror Tunnels into Tourist Traps

While Hamas hopes its network of terror tunnels will be helpful both to sneak weapons into Gaza and to sneak into Israel to carry out murderous attacks, another use has been discovered. The Times of Israel's Raoul Wootliff reports that the terrorist group is now celebrating the second anniversary of its last war with Israel by giving Palestinian children tours of its terror tunnels:

Video footage posted to Facebook by Afaq, a pro-Hamas media outlet in Gaza, shows lines of children walking through the tunnels decorated with posters of Hamas operatives apparently killed by Israel. In one shot, a guide wearing a florescent yellow jacket can be seen directing the children.

According to the post, the tunnel tours are taking place in the Shejaiya neighborhood of Gaza City, and form part of a Hamas exhibition displaying weapons and methods used in the “resistance” against Israel.

“Afaq media enters a tunnel created by the Qassam Brigades during a weapons exhibition in Shejaiya on the anniversary [of the war],” reads the text introducing the video, referring to Hamas’s armed wing. The exhibition was said to be “open to any citizen or media for videos and publishing.”

Palestinian users of social media posted photos of the weapons display as well as images showing children attending Hamas summer camps on a hike through one of the tunnels.

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