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Israel destroys lifeline tunnel from besieged Gaza

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Bulk 201GAZA (PNIC):-The Israeli occupation army on Sunday claimed that it had destroyed in the weekend a Hamas tunnel that originated in the northern Gaza Strip and reached into the 1948 occupied Palestinian territories.

Hebrew media sources reported that the Israeli army had destroyed a "Hamas attack tunnel" which violated the Israeli sovereignty.

According to the information cleared for publication Sunday morning, the tunnel extended several kilometers inside the Gaza Strip.

According to Arab 48 website, Israel's Minister of War Avigdor Lieberman said that the newly-destroyed tunnel is the longest and deepest one ever discovered.

In an attempt to incite the public opinion in Gaza against Hamas, Lieberman said on Twitter, "Citizens of Gaza, Hamas is burning your money on tunnels going nowhere. We'll get our hands on all of them."

The Israeli army used its allegations published in a statement on Sunday about the tunnel to incite against the Palestinian resistance and divert attention from the crimes committed by Israeli soldiers against the peaceful protesters taking part in the Great March of Return.

The Israeli army held Hamas and other resistance movements responsible for what is happening the Gaza Strip, claiming that Hamas plans to carry out anti-Israel attacks under the guise of mass protests near the border.

 
 
 
 
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