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Israeli soldiers discovered a weapons storage facility and laboratory for Hamas rockets along with a whiteboard featuring sketches of airstrike plans under a mosque in Gaza, chilling new video shows.
The footage released Tuesday shows a partially destroyed mosque taken over by advancing Israeli soldiers, who head into the basement and uncover a base allegedly used by the terrorist group.
The space includes a long vertical shaft that the Israel Defense Forces say leads directly to Hamas’ 300-mile underground tunnel system.
The Israeli military has long accused Hamas of creating tunnel entrances in civilian buildings such as mosques, hospitals and schools.
In another underground room, the Israeli soldiers can be seen uncovering dozens of mortars, warhead missiles, thermobaric weapons and RPGs — some of them appearing finished and ready to go while others and some look to be mid-production.
The room with the weapons also included a whiteboard that featured plans to use the rockets and trace the paths of Israeli airstrikes.
The video is the latest released by the IDF to prove Hamas has been using civilian buildings in order to plan out their terrorist attacks.
2005: Israel unilaterally withdraws from the Gaza Strip more than three decades after winning the territory from Egypt in the Six-Day War.
2006: Terrorist group Hamas wins a Palestinian legislative election.
2007: Hamas seizes control of Gaza in a civil war.
2008: Israel launches military offensive against Gaza after Palestinian terrorists fired rockets into the town of Sderot.
2023: Hamas launches the biggest attack on Israel in 50 years, in an early-morning ambush Oct. 7, firing thousands of rockets and sending dozens of militants into Israeli towns.
Terrorists killed more than 1,200 Israelis, wounded more than 4,200, and took at least 200 hostage.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was quick to announce, “We are at war,” and vowed Hamas would pay “a price it has never known.”
The Gaza Health Ministry — which is controlled by Hamas — reported at least 3,000 Palestinians have been killed and more than 12,500 injured since the war began.
Earlier this week, the IDF released a video tour of a 33-foot-deep, 180-meter-long tunnel located under Gaza City’s largest hospital, the al-Shifa medical complex.
“The tunnel entrance contains various defense mechanisms, such as a blast-proof door and a firing hole, in an attempt by Hamas to block Israeli forces from entering,” the IDF said in a statement about the hospital tunnel.
The tunnel shaft was located near a shed containing RPGs, explosives and Kalashnikov rifles, the IDF added.
While US intelligence supports Israel’s claims, Hamas has repeatedly denied that the terrorists hide behind civilians.