Directly Beneath UNRWA’s Gaza Headquarters, IDF Uncovers Top Secret Hamas Data Center
Beneath the Gaza Strip headquarters of the controversial UN agency for Palestinian refugees, commonly known as UNRWA, the Hamas terror group hid one of its most significant assets, the Israeli military has revealed.
The subterranean data center — complete with an electrical room, industrial battery power banks, and living quarters for Hamas terrorists operating the computer servers — was built precisely under the location where Israel would not consider looking initially, let alone target in an airstrike.
UNRWA’s Gaza headquarters is located in Gaza City’s upscale Rimal neighborhood, an area that the IDF had previously operated in, dismantled the local Hamas battalion and withdrawn its troops from. The revelation of the server farm comes amid other accusations of UNRWA collusion with the Gaza-ruling terror group.
And while the UNRWA head, Philippe Lazzarini, says that the agency was in the dark about the Hamas center under its Headquarters, the Israeli military, Foreign Minister Israel Katz, and Israel’s Ambassador to the UN, Gilad Erdan, immediately casted doubt on his claim.
The latter wrote in a post on X: “It’s not that you didn’t know, it’s that you didn’t WANT to know. We exposed terror tunnels under UNRWA schools and supplied evidence that Hamas exploits UNRWA. We implored you to carry out a comprehensive search of all UNRWA facilities in Gaza. But not only did you refuse, you chose to stick your head in the sand.” (TOI / VFI News)
“Lord, we pray for everyone who has suffered because of the war and the Hamas terrorist organization in particular. We pray for justice for the victims, and we hope that national and international impartial bodies will keep on revealing the truth regarding the organizations that facilitated terrorism on our land.”
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