The Martyr Iss al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), announced – in a statement today – Thursday that it had destroyed 79 Israeli military vehicles, either in whole or in part, in the Gaza City borders. In the last 72 hours, its fighters managed to target an Israeli force of 15 soldiers. With 3 shells, they killed and wounded east of Khan Yunis.
In a separate statement, al-Qassam Brigades confirmed that its fighters were able to shoot two Israeli soldiers in the Shujaiya neighborhood east of Gaza City and two others northeast of Khan Yunis with homemade “Gol” rifles.
Its militants were trapped in a tunnel opening in Sheikh Ratwan area which was blown up by the occupying forces, leading to their killing and injuries.
In Beit Lahiya, north of the Gaza Strip, Al-Qassam forces targeted two troop ships with “Al-Yasin 105” missiles.
Al-Qassam fighters clashed with an Israeli infantry force of 6 soldiers on the eastern axis of Khan Younis city, killing and wounding them, and captured a robot in their possession.
Al-Qassam brigade targeted 4 Israeli tanks and an army excavator on the eastern axis of Khan Younis city with “Al-Yasin 105” bombs, and targeted an army bulldozer with a “Tandom” shell.
Al-Qassam Brigades’ military media broadcast images of a missile attack on Israel, exposing the Raym base, the Gaza Strip headquarters, the Kisufim settlement and the Sufa military support base to a barrage of missiles. .
Al-Qassam confirmed that its artillery units penetrated and destroyed Israeli army forces north of Khan Younis city with mortar fire.
Al-Qassam Brigades also claimed to have targeted Israeli military command posts on the southern axis of Gaza City with the “Rajum” missile system.
The Israeli military has acknowledged that two officers and a soldier were killed and seven others were wounded during clashes with the opposition in the northern and central Gaza Strip.
Israeli media reported that Qadi Eisenkot’s son, a member of the war council and a former commander-in-chief, was killed in a mine explosion in a tunnel that was caught in the hands of the Qassam Brigades.
This came a day after the occupation announced that 10 of its forces had been killed in a single day, including 7 officers. This brings the Israeli army’s death toll to 92 soldiers and officers since the start of the ground operation and 413 officers and soldiers since the start of the Operation Al-Aqsa flood and the war on Gaza last October seventh.
The Israel Broadcasting Corporation reported that about 100 Israeli soldiers suffered serious eye injuries during the fighting in Gaza, and 15% of them were partially or completely blinded by explosions, shrapnel or gunfire.
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