DRAMATIC footage captured onboard an Israeli war dogs show brave canine units hunting down Hamas terrorists through smouldering rubble.
The raider hounds move swiftly through bomb-blitzed Gaza buildings scanning for the terror operators and clearing the way for IDF to move forward.
A brave Israeli war dog storming through buildings in search for Hamas terrorists in Gaza
Another hound discovered hundreds of metres of command and control rooms inside Hamas tunnels
The special canine unit has been assisting the Israeli troops as they scout and take on any potential threats ahead of the them
In the video, an Oketz -independent canine special forces – dog named Patrick was sent to scan a building while assisting the 460th Armored Brigade in northern Gaza’s Jabaliya during an operation.
Before troops entered, the furry ear located and subdued a Hamas gunman who planned to ambush the troops, according to the IDF.
In another incident, Oketz dog Toy discovered a passage between the IDF troops and another section of a building where a terror operator was hiding.
The brave hound then attacked the terrorist, preventing the troops from being ambushed.
Israeli war dogs have been assisting the Israeli troops as they scout and take on any potential threats before the IDF move ahead.
The IDF says their special canine forces have been able to locate threats, map out bomb-blitzed, and discover piles of ammunition and other weapons.
Previously, another Israeli war dog discovered hundreds of metres of command and control rooms inside a Hamas tunnel.
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 Hamas under Gaza City, close to al-Quds hospital, and where terror chiefs would have run operations.
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”.
Meanwhile, Israel has released alleged Hamas footage that reveals terrorists disguising themselves as civilians and hiding anti-tank missiles in blankets.
The uncovered camera clips show the cowardly militants gleefully showing off the twisted methods they use to target Israeli tanks.
The footage was discovered by Israel’s Shaked Battalion that has been intensely battling Hamas’s Daraj Tuffah Battalion in the northern Gaza Strip.
After a raid on a terror cell, several terrorists were killed and the IDF claimed that “among the many weapons seized” they discovered a hidden camera on the body of one gunman.
Today, Israel has stated that it expects the conflict in Gaza to continue through 2024.
In a New Year’s message, IDF spokesman Daniel Hagari said troop deployments were being adjusted to prepare for “prolonged fighting”.
“These adaptations are intended to ensure the planning and preparation for continuing the war in 2024,” he said.
Last night, the IDF also claimed to have killed senior Hamas commander, Adil Mismah, who was involved in the October 7 attacks in an overnight strike.
On Saturday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that the “war is at its height”.
“We are fighting on all of the fronts,” he said. “We have huge success but we also have painful cases. Achieving victory will require time.”
As battles still rage in the north, Israel is ferociously pushing on with its offensive into the southern city of Khan Younis – dubbed the “new capital of terror” – as they close in on Hamas’s top brass, including “Gaza’s Bin Laden”.
However, the densely-packed city is filled with the majority of the Gaza’s population who fled the carnage in the north.
With homes destroyed, civilians 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 UN claims that 80 per cent of Gaza’s population of 2.4million have now been displaced.
Israel, shielded by the US, has resisted international pressure to scale back its offensive and has said it would press on until Hamas has been totally eliminated.
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