IDF Attacks Hamas Terror Tunnels and Offices 

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A Palestinian man walks past the remains of a tower building that was destroyed by Israeli airstrikes, in Gaza City, Thursday. (Reuters/Suhaib Salem)

The IDF has attacked over 600 terror targets in Gaza since the beginning of the rocket fire, an IDF statement said Thursday morning.

On Wednesday night, IAF fighter planes and aircraft struck dozens of terror targets throughout Gaza.

Among the targets was a terror tunnel belonging to Hamas, part of the Hamas terror group’s tunneling project. The tunnel is located beneath a school and near other civilian buildings.

In addition, the IDF said it hit several of Hamas’s “internal security” buildings, which are used to foil intelligence, including the office of Hamas’s Internal Security Chief. Several branches of Hamas’s central bank in Gaza were also hit.

The IDF said it will continue to hit targets in the Strip.