The Palestinians use tunnels? So did my heroes, the poorly armed fighters of the Warsaw Ghetto.
To resist meant to anticipate when to take risks, and when to put them on others. One misstep could leave blood on one's hands; a Jew, or someone discovered to be helping Jews, could be killed not only by the occupying Nazis but a general populace nourished on centuries of anti-Semitic bigotry.
“Jews in the ghetto felt, that in essence we had been placed beyond any law, and that any German could do whatever he pleased... But apart from the legal prohibitions, from the first days we became outlaws in matters of life and death.”
"It is impossible to evaluate the Jewish underground in its isolation from the general underground, without seeing what was happening in the world.”