The IDF, under Shimon Naveh, developed a means for this: tactical swarming. Naveh and his Operational Theory Research Institute (OTRI) borrowed from poststructuralist philosophy and radical theories of spatiality and architecture to develop a method of complex operations in urban environments. IDF elements were atomized down to the extreme tactical level, and turned the city into a weapon against the Palestinians, utilizing tunnels as sources of fractal maneuver, "walked through walls" (aka dynamited through buildings), and utilized helicopter gunships as weapons platforms.
This was, in effect, a translation of maneuver warfare paradigms to urban warfare. The Israelis' fast transients collapsed the Palestinian defenses through deft manipulation of material space. But, as Stephen Pampinella observes, while the Israelis have certainly excelled at emancipating themselves from the problems of urban material space, they cannot enter the social, political, and information spaces where the real battles of insurgency occur.