IDF Finds a Dozen Hostage Cages in Gaza Tunnels

Stand for Israel  |  February 7, 2024

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(Photo: Chaim Goldberg/Flash90)

We now learn that Hamas was holding hostages in cages underground and using the hostages as human shields against IDF attacks, reports The Jerusalem Post:

In this case, there were cages for 12 hostages, nine of which are still held by Hamas, and three of which were returned to Israel during the November 23-30 hostage exchange deal.

For both discoveries, the cages were only found after delving deep into a very extended tunnel with a variety of defenses until arriving at an unusually large space with many Hamas terror management functions, including the cages for the hostages.

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