IDF releases audio that says Hamas is keeping fuel under Shifa hospital
Hamas terrorists have been exposed as storing over half a million liters of explosive fuel under a hospital in Gaza in a new and shocking leaked call.
The Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) has released a recorded conversation with a health official in Gaza who revealed the hoards of fuel being stored underground at Shifa Hospital, which it says is Hamas’s military headquarters.
The leaked conversation posted on X (formerly Twitter) by Israel War Room does not make clear who is speaking at any one time as both voices appear to have been heavily disguised.
The account wrote alongside the audio clip: “The IDF releases a recorded conversation with a Gaza health official saying that Hamas is keeping over half a million liters of fuel under Shifa Hospital, Hamas’s military headquarters.
“The call confirms that Hamas hoards energy reserves meant for Gaza’s civilians.”
The leaked conversation with the Gaza health officials begins: “Who controls all the diesel in Gaza?”
“Hamas controls the diesel. Both of us know what is under the hospitals.”
“My friend, let’s not talk about Shifa [hospital].”
“Let me man, let me, we will supply [fuel] to Shifa drop by drop.”
“Man, do you think they have less than half a million litres underground today?”
“Both of us know there is even more.”
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“My friend, they have a million litres of fuel underground.”
“I know. That’s what people have been saying around here. But how am I connected to this?”
“If I bring the fuel to the hospital right now, they will take it. Don’t you agree with me?”
“My friend, you are completely right.”
Earlier this week, a rocket launched from Lebanon slammed into a residential area in the Israeli city of Kiryat Shmona in the north of the country.
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Hamas claimed responsibility for the attacks, saying its Lebanon branch had fired 12 rockets toward neighbouring Israel.
The blast resulted in a huge fire and caused severe damage to nearby properties.
One of the rockets is believed to have landed in a shopping area, with footage showing a car engulfed by the flames.
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