The armed wing of Hamas, al-Qassam Brigades, announced on Saturday that it launched a series of rockets targeting Tel Aviv and several israeli settlements.
In a communiqué, al-Qassam Brigades stated that their actions included firing rockets at Tel Aviv and engaging infiltrating israeli troops and their tanks. The statement reported the successful destruction of two Israeli tanks in different areas of the Gaza Strip.
Earlier, the Brigades disclosed an attack on israeli soldiers and vehicles in the east of Deir al-Balah and the Kissufim area using Rajum projectiles.
Additionally, al-Qassam fighters were reported to have destroyed two tanks during the night and morning in Gaza. They also fired a TBG projectile at Israeli soldiers reportedly holed up in a house in the al-Sheikh Radwan neighborhood.
The scope of the attacks extended to israeli settlements and military gatherings within Gaza, as al-Qassam fighters targeted these locations in response to the ongoing conflict.
The situation remains tense as both sides exchange fire, escalating tensions in the region. International observers are closely monitoring developments as efforts for a diplomatic resolution persist. (ILKHA)
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