31 October, 2017
Shelach would only say that Hamas had built many tunnels, but wouldn't state how many he thought there were.
Seven militants were killed and ten injured after the Israeli army bombarded on Monday a tunnel underneath the borders between southeast Gaza Strip and Israel, medics and security sources said.
It is the second time this year that a Hamas tunnel has been discovered under a United Nations -supported school in Gaza.
Islamic Jihad, the second-largest armed faction in Gaza after Hamas, said five of its members were killed including the commander of its military wing in central Gaza.
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"The explosion took place inside Israeli territory".
Tunnels dug by Gaza's Islamist rulers Hamas were a key issue in the last war with Israel in 2014, but discoveries of those stretching into the Jewish state have since been rare.
Asked by reporters if Hamas, rather than another armed faction, had dug it, Conricus said: "I can not confirm that". "We are implementing it".
Their deaths were announced after Israel "neutralised a terror tunnel leading into southern Israel", military spokesman Jonathan Conricus told journalists.
Conricus also said Israel used advanced technology to locate the tunnel but declined to elaborate.
Hamas, which is in the process of reconciling with its rival Palestinian faction of Fatah, accused Israel of attempting to sew discord and "ruin efforts to restore Palestinian unity". Israel has warned that it will not accept a unity government that includes Hamas if the Islamist movement does not disarm and recognise the country, among other demands. Hamas even used a tunnel to try to kidnap a soldier after a ceasefire had come into effect.