Hamas working to restore tunnels, says senior diplomatic official

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September 7, 2014 18:03

 
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Two weeks after Operation Protective Edge ended with an Egyptian-brokered cease-fire, Hamas is already preparing itself for the next round of fighting with Israel, a a senior diplomatic source said Sunday.

“They are already preparing themselves,” the source said, adding that Israel has detected Hamas smuggling weapons into the Gaza Strip.

Likewise, he said, Hamas is working to restore the terror tunnels in Gaza, as well as restore Gaza's rocket manufacturing capabilities.

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