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IDF Releases Intercepted Hamas Phone Call

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The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) released a declassified intercepted phone call that revealed Hamas pressuring a hospital to hand over its limited fuel supplies for use in their war against Israel.

The call, intercepted by Israeli Military Intelligence, involved a Gazan resident, the deputy commander of Hamas’s Western Jabaliya Battalion, and the manager of the Indonesian Hospital.

The IDF stated that the audio “confirms that Hamas controls energy distribution in Gaza, prioritizing terrorist needs over the needs of their civilian population.”

The conversation indicated pressure from Hamas’s Ministry of Finance to provide 1,000 liters of fuel to the terrorists, with the residents expressing concern about potential consequences if they did not comply.

“For God’s sake, fill it up for [Hamas operative] now, people are pressuring us,” the Gaza resident was heard telling the hospital director.

“And they’ll start shooting at us because they are pressuring us.”

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