Hamas led children through underground tunnels to ‘deliver ammunition’ and ‘assess damage’: IDF

Israel has recently released footage of children navigating the underground tunnel system in Gaza, which were used by Hamas to carry out its military operations. The Jewish state claimed that the terrorist group was using young children to “deliver ammunition,” according to the Telegraph.

In the video footage, a group of boys can be seen navigating the underground tunnel system. The boys in the video seem to be headed toward an armed Hamas terrorist, according to the IDF.

The footage was apparently captured in the southern city of Khan Younis, where Israeli fighters have been fighting in recent weeks.

The video footage was only part of a vast amount of documents, photographs, and footage released by the IDF, hoping to sculp an accurate depiction of the nature of Hamas’ dealings in Gaza.

The Jewish state has described the footage as evidence that Hamas has been actively recruiting children and using them to wage “terror” against its political enemies.

The Times of Israel reported that the Israeli military has accused Hamas of recruiting children to deliver explosives and to “assess the damage” on the battlefield, thus putting them in extreme danger.

Israel has long accused Hamas of using Palestinian civilians as human shields in its fight against the Jewish state.

Hamas’ alleged involvement of children in their military operations is just the latest in a slew of accusations made against the group, including evidence that members of the terrorist group raped and sexually assaulted Israeli women during its attack on October 7.

Blaze News recently reported on the accusations, noting that the New York Times had published a comprehensive report of the sexual crimes committed. The investigation into the alleged abuse took two months to complete.

The report included interviews from more than 150 witnesses, first responders, medical personnel, rape counselors, soldiers, and government officials. The report also leveraged video footage, GPS data, and photographs to bolster the report.

The Times’ report begins with a heart-wrenching image: “In a grainy video, you can see her, lying on her back, dress torn, legs spread, vagina exposed. Her face is burned beyond recognition and her right hand covers her eyes.”

The woman in question was initially identified as “the woman in the black dress.” But she was later identified as Gal Abdush, a 34-year-old mother of two from Israel. She had attended the Supernova festival with her husband, Nagi Abdush, when Hamas terrorists ambushed the event.

The authorities believe Gal was brutally raped before she was eventually murdered and set on fire. Nagi’s body was only discovered days later, and it was burned so severely than the authorities had to carry out a DNA test to identify who it was.

Many more women were victims in the rape and sexual assault.

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