The Israel Defense Forces They attacked more than 320 targets of the terrorist group Hamas in the Gaza Strip during the last hours.
“During the night, the infantry and armored forces of the Givati Brigade With the help of Fire Department 215 they carried out a joint activity. As part of the activity, several terrorist squads, including anti-tank squads, attacked other infrastructure targets,” says the report, which included a video showing one of the attacks.
According to reports, the targets included tunnels containing terrorists of Hamasdozens of operational command centers, some of which hid Hamas and ISIS terrorists. Islamic Jihadmilitary complexes and observation posts.
Likewise, the Israeli Army It attacked points that were considered threatening to its forces in the region.
Additionally, the IDF attacked targets that posed a threat to forces in the area surrounding the Gaza Strip preparing for ground operations, including dozens of launch sites for mortar shells and anti-tank missiles.
During the night, an IDF tank disrupted several terrorist cells, including an anti-tank missile cell.
The Israeli Armed Forces confirmed this Sunday the death of a soldier and three others injured as a result of an attack by the terrorist group in the Khan Yunis area, in the north of the Gaza Strip. The Ezzedin al Qassam Brigades had previously reported an ambush against an Israeli tank and two bulldozers.
“One soldier of the Israel Defense Forces has been killed and three more have been wounded (…) by the impact of an anti-tank projectile fired at a battle tank and an engineering vehicle (…) within the territory of the Gaza Strip,” the Israeli Army reported on one of its official channels.
Cyanide against civilians
The president of Israel, Isaac Herzogdeclared this Sunday that the material found on the bodies of the terrorists confirms that Hamas planned to use cyanide against civilians.
Herzog, interviewed by SkyNews, said that USB devices with instructions on how to use chemical weapons were found on the terrorists’ bodies. Among the materials were detailed instructions on how to create a cyanide-emitting device, Herzog said.
According to Herzog, the origin of one of the materials, which consisted of instructions for the creation of chemical warfare and its distribution among civilians, comes from a guide to Al-Qaeda of 2003.