Incredible video shows Israel’s war dogs hunting Hamas terrorists through massive dark tunnel network beneath Gaza

Incredible video shows Israel’s war dogs hunting Hamas terrorists through massive dark tunnel network beneath Gaza

DRAMATIC footage captured onboard an Israeli war dog shows the canine hunting down Hamas terrorists in their underground metropolis.

The raider hound moves quickly as it scans a newly-uncovered “terrorist city” that served as a Hamas headquarters underneath bomb-blitzed Gaza City.

X/@manniefabianThe brave pup stormed through the terror tunnels scouting out for any potential threats before troops moved in[/caption]

X/@manniefabianThe newly-found tunnel network is believed to be where Hamas senior leadership led operation in the north[/caption]

X/@manniefabianThe canine discovered hundreds of metres of command and control rooms[/caption]

AFPIsrael’s military later destroyed what they called an ‘underground terrorist city’[/caption]

The bodycam footage shows a pair of furry ears belonging to the Canine Sting Unit of the Al-Harom Brigade storming through endless dark concrete tunnels.

The fearless pup barely takes a break as it scouts for any potential threats before the troops move in.

The tunnel network was recently discovered by IDF troops as they battled the Islamic militants close-by before locating a number of shafts leading to the network.

Hundreds of metres long, it is believed to have served as the main compound for the Hamas under Gaza City, close to al-Quds hospital, and where terror chiefs would have run operations.

The dog cam video reveals an extensive array of command and communication rooms, residence halls, storage units and electricity infrastructure that had largely escaped Israel’s aerial assault on the city above.

Once the dogs were finished exploring, elite combat troops arrived to investigate and later reportedly blew up the entire network that the IDF called an “underground terrorist city”.

It comes as Israel’s military has reached the heart of Gaza City and  control of the “Elite Quarter”.

For 11 weeks, Israel’s military has been pounding Gaza’s largest city – razing much of it to the ground in an attempt to root out Hamas and destroy their infrastructure.

Meanwhile, Israel ferociously pushes on with its offensive into the southern city of Khan Younis as they close in on Hamas’s top brass, including “Gaza’s Bin Laden”, Yahya Sinwar.

Reports claim that the ruthless Hamas chief has escaped death twice this week, forcing him further underground to escape Israel’s wrath.

It followed IDF officials telling The Sun that Hamas is using recordings of children crying “save me, save me!” to lure IDF troops into death traps.

Israel, shielded by the US, has resisted international pressure to scale back its offensive and has said it would press on until Hamas’s control of the Strip is over.

The military has said that months of fighting lie ahead in southern Gaza, an area densely packed with the majority of the enclave’s 2.3 million people who earlier fled the fighting in the north.

With homes destroyed, they are living in crowded shelters and struggling to find food, fuel, water and medical supplies. Diseases are spreading, and communications have been repeatedly cut.

The Hamas-run health authorities in Gaza claim that over 20,000 have been killed since Israel began its relentless bombardment and invasion of the densely-populated enclave.

This includes 8,000 children and 6,200 women.

Last night, the UN Security Council adopted a resolution urging more aid for Gaza, but it fell short of a call for an immediate ceasefire between Israel and Hamas.

“Intensive” talks took place this week in Cairo to discuss a possible ceasefire agreement to secure the release of the last women, children and elderly men still held captive.

However, negotiations have ground to a halt as Hamas declared there will be no hostage deal until Israel ends its war in Gaza.

In a statement yesterday, the Iran-backed terror group said: “There is a Palestinian national decision that there should be no talk about prisoners or exchange deals except after a full cessation of aggression.”

However, Israel has repeatedly vowed to push on with its invasion until Hamas is completely “eliminated”.

Over 240 hostages were taken during Hamas’s bloody killing spree in southern Israel on October 7, that left 1,200 slaughtered.

There are roughly 108 hostages still alive in Gaza, including 19 women and two children, Israel claims.

Israel has kicked off an international billboard campaign – “Are the kids coming home for Christmas?” – to demand the release of the last children stolen by Hamas.

Serious concerns remain over the fate of Israel’s youngest hostage, 10-month-old Kfir Bibas and his brother Ariel, 4, and mother Shiri, 32.

The family have not been seen or heard from since they were carted off screaming by Hamas terrorists on October 7.

In late November, Hamas claimed that all three were killed in an Israeli air strike. Israel said it is still investigating these claims and has provided no confirmation they are dead.

AFPPeople search through the rubble after an Israeli strike in southern Gaza[/caption]

AFPGazans flee the fighting as they move to a refugee camp[/caption]

AFPIsrael has vowed to ‘eliminate’ Hamas despite international calls for a ceasefire[/caption]

StoryfulThe moment huge blast wiped out Hamas terror tunnels[/caption]

AFPThe IDF is closing in on Hamas’s top brass hiding in tunnels beneath southern Gaza[/caption]

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