Hamas May Have Kept Gaza Hostages in Cages, IDF Finds
The IDF found cages in Gaza, which the Hamas terrorist organization seemingly built to hold the hostages they kidnapped on October 7, Israeli media reported on Saturday, January 6.
This is consistent with intelligence collected in the field indicating that the cages were used by the terrorists not just to hold hostages, but also to move them from place to place within the Strip. They are also the same cages Hamas uses for its own prisoners.
Last week, IDF soldiers took over the intelligence and strategy stronghold of Hamas in Gaza City. The forces carried out a targeted raid on the central building of the “Mizrahi Outpost,” where the stronghold they took over included 37 buildings and was located within civilian areas in the vicinity of residential buildings, schools, and hospitals.
In addition, the Israeli forces uncovered operation rooms and an underground control bunker, from which the organization’s commanders conducted the fighting in the Gaza Strip. The underground complex is at a depth of about 20 meters and includes long-term living spaces belonging to senior Hamas officials. (JPost / VFI News)
“From their callous hearts comes iniquity; their evil imaginations have no limits. They scoff, and speak with malice; with arrogance they threaten oppression.” - Psalm 73:7-8