Abu Obeida, the spokesman for the Al-Qassam Brigades, announced that his fighters successfully targeted 60 israeli military vehicles in the last three days in the Gaza Strip, including 10 armored carriers.
The statement came amidst ongoing fierce clashes with zionist forces on multiple fronts in the region.
Abu Obeida reported that on Saturday, Al-Qassam Brigades targeted an Israeli infantry force with anti-personnel devices, causing significant injuries and resulting in audible cries for help from the enemy soldiers. The spokesman emphasized the continuous nature of the clashes, with cries and pleas from the enemy being distinctly heard on various fronts.
"Our fighters executed several qualitative operations against the enemy, inflicting casualties and injuries among their forces," stated Abu Obeida. He pointed out that when the enemy is unable to tow damaged vehicles, it resorts to bombing them from the air to erase traces of its failures.
Abu Obeida suggested that the zionist forces may have mistakenly bombed their own troops on the ground, possibly thinking they were captured during the Rantisi Hospital operation. He detailed a composite attack by elite fighters on Rantisi Hospital, which the enemy had turned into a base after evacuating it of patients.
The spokesman highlighted specific operations, including an ambush against infantry forces southwest of Gaza City, resulting in fatalities among the enemy. He also described direct military clashes with Israeli troops, resulting in the deaths of seven and four soldiers in separate incidents.
Abu Obeida's announcement followed a significant volley of rockets fired towards israeli positions, particularly in the greater Tel Aviv area and other parts of central Israel. (ILKHA)
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