Israel “eliminates large number of terrorists” during night operation in Jabalia camp

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) carried out a military operation this morning in the Jabalia refugee camp, in the north of the Gaza Strip, during which they “eliminated a large number of terrorists.”

“The members of the combat teams (…) fought intense battles last day against dozens of armed squads and eliminated a large number of terrorists,” the Israeli Army stated on its social media profile.

Within the framework of these attacks, some of which have been aerial, the Israeli forces have eliminated the “terrorist squad” responsible for the shots fired the day before against the Sderot area, located northeast of the Gaza Strip.

On the other hand, the Army has confirmed that in the south of the Palestinian enclave the forces of Division 162 continue with their activities in the vicinity of the city of Rafá “to cleanse the area of ​​terrorists and other terrorist infrastructure.”

As part of these operations in the southern Gaza Strip, Israeli troops have carried out a “targeted attack” against outposts used by the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) for training maneuvers against the IDF.

To all this, the Israeli Army has added that its Air Force planes carried out a series of attacks against up to 80 terrorist targets on Tuesday alone, hitting military buildings, weapons warehouses and observation posts.

At the beginning of last October, Hamas launched an offensive against Israeli territory that left almost 1,200 dead and 240 hostages, and motivated the response of the Israeli Army, which began a bloody military campaign in the enclave that has already left 35,000 dead.

Although initially the Israeli attacks were going to be focused on the north of the enclave, week by week the troops were moving to the south. Now, the city of Rafá, in the far south, has become the last bastion standing in the Strip.

By Editor

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