Prisoner captive jail bars
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Gazan students belonging to the Islamic Bloc, Hamas's student branch, have come up with a new attention-grabbing gimmick.

They built a model of a central prison with solitary confinement cells. Each cell contains a picture of an IDF soldier who was "taken captive" during last summer's Operation Protective Edge.

The "prison" is is surrounded by 70 meters of barbed wire fence on which more pictures of missing IDF soldiers are hung. There is also a sign reading "Count your soldiers," a veiled claim that the number of missing Israeli soldiers is higher than what Israel publicly admits.

The attraction has been open to the public for three days, and a member of the al-Qassam Brigades stands guard at the entrance.

Fathi Hamad, a former Interior Minister in the Hamas regime, told the terror organization's news service that the al-Qassam Brigades are undergoing a continuing process of strengthening, and they hold the key to exchanges that will free imprisoned Palestinian terrorists.