These images reportedly show Hamas fighters booby-trapping a tunnel before luring Israeli forces to the location.
They then reportedly detonated the explosives in a move that killed five soldiers.
The footage shows a Hamas militant preparing the trap before the images cut to Israeli soldiers in the building.
They proceed cautiously, with one of the soldiers locating the camera filming them and disabling it.
The boobytrap was apparently detonated moments later.
The images were obtained from Hamas on Thursday, 16th November, along with a statement saying: “Scenes of booby-trapping one of the Hamas tunnels in Beit Hanoun and luring an engineering force to the location and detonating it.
“The enemy has acknowledged the killing of five soldiers, including an officer, in the operation.”
We have not been able to independently verify the claims or the footage.
The Israel-Hamas war is now entering its 42nd day, after the deadliest attack on Israel by Hamas on 7th October left 1,200 Israelis dead, down from the 1,400 they had originally estimated.
Israel has since retaliated with airstrikes on Gaza and a ground invasion, with the Hamas-run Health Ministry in the enclave saying that at least 11,660 people had been killed and 32,000 injured.
Dozens of Israeli armoured vehicles have reportedly been seen surrounding the Ibn Sina Hospital complex in the occupied West Bank near the Jenin refugee camp.
A large deployment of Israeli forces have also raided the Jenin refugee camp, according to reports.
The Israeli military has said that it has retrieved the body of a soldier, Noa Marciano, who was being held captive by Hamas.
They said that her body was found in a building near the Al-Shifa hospital in Gaza.
Hamas has said that she was killed in an Israeli airstrike on 9th November.
The UN World Food Programme (WFP) has warned that the Gaza Strip now faces a “massive” food shortage, with WFP executive director Cindy McCain saying that food and water supplies are “practically non-existent”.
She added that “civilians are facing the immediate possibility of starvation.”