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Ten Hamas terrorists killed attempting to infiltrate to Israel through two tunnels
Two terrorist attack cells entered Israel from northern Gaza via two smuggling tunnels on Monday morning.
They were identified by IDF lookouts, and an air craft was dispatched to intercept them. The first cell was struck from the air, and ten of its members were killed.
The second cell fired an anti-tank missile at a military vehicle.
The IDF declined to comment on whether there were any Israeli casualties.
Police closed roads in Sha’ar Hanegev Regional Council near the Gaza border due to the security incident.
Roads closed included Route 4 and Route 34. Residents of Erez, Nir Am, Ra’im, Ein Hashlosha were instructed to stay in their houses.
Earlier in the week, 13 Hamas terrorists were killed trying to infiltrate Kibbutz Sufa. The army said it “neutralized the threat” in that incident with an air strike on the cell.