OThe Israeli military stated that during its operations, launched after the attacks carried out on October 7 by Hamas in Israel, three “terrorists” were killed while trying to place explosives to target the Israeli military deployed in Khan Yunis.
The army said two other suspects were also killed in the area, while a plane “bombed a weapons warehouse belonging to the terrorist organization Hamas” in the same city.
The Israeli military also confirmed an air attack against “a military building belonging to the terrorist organization Hamas” in the city of Deir al-Balah (center), where “anti-tank operations” by the Islamist group were taking place, at the same time that they claimed to have located rocket launchers from long range in Al-Bureij refugee camp (center).
Finally, the Israelis said that “naval forces continue to attack in support of forces operating off the coast of the Gaza Strip”, adding that the Navy killed on Wednesday “terrorists who were carrying out ambushes on Israeli forces in the Strip through indications you need ground forces.”
The Israeli army launched its offensive against the Palestinian enclave after attacks by Hamas, which left around 1,200 dead in Israel and 240 people were kidnapped.
Authorities in the Palestinian enclave, controlled by the Islamist group, recorded more than 22,300 deaths due to the Israeli offensive, in addition to more than 300 deaths in security force operations and attacks by Israeli settlers in the West Bank and East Jerusalem.
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