A 12-hour humanitarian truce went into effect on Saturday after Israel and Palestinian terror groups in the Gaza Strip agreed to a UN request for a pause in fighting and efforts proceeded to secure a long-term ceasefire moved ahead. (Jerusalem Post)
Palestinians walk past destroyed houses in Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip July 26, 2014. Photo: REUTERS
But just like they never used all that cement we let in Gaza for their citizens's humanitarian needs, who's going to guarantee us that they aren't reinforcing or booby-trapping the tunnels to cause more Israeli deaths?
IMRA asked a very crucial question about the ceasefire:
IDF Spokesperson to IMRA: No explosives used to destroy tunnels during the humanitarian ceasefire Dr. Aaron Lerner Date: 26 July 2014What are we using now, toothpicks?
The IDF Spokesperson's Office told IMRA tonight that during the course of the humanitarian ceasefire the IDF does not use explosives to destroy the tunnels.
It should be noted that this means that tunnels are NOT being destroyed during the humanitarian ceasefire
The IDF discovered at least 4 tunnels today.
Dr. Aaron Lerner, Director IMRA