The Israeli Army announce 9 soldiers were killed in the Gaza Strip

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Israeli media confirmed on Monday that 9 soldiers were killed and others were wounded in two separate attacks in the Gaza Strip during the past 24 hours.

According to the Israeli media, “this day is the harshest day on the IDF since the beginning of the war in the Gaza Strip”.

According to the Israeli media, “One of the two attacks led to the explosion of ammunition in a truck, killing and wounding soldiers, while the other was the bombing of a building containing soldiers in the south of the Gaza Strip”.

The announced death toll in the Israeli army, including officers and soldiers, rises to 519 since the start of the war, according to the Israeli army official data.

In this context, the Home Front Command of the Israeli army said that more than 30 locations where sirens sounded following the launching of a missile salvo from the Gaza Strip towards the Gaza Strip and central Israel.

In turn, Israeli Army Radio said that it had monitored the launching of 8 missiles from the southern Gaza Strip, and that air defenses intercepted 3 of them, while 4 landed in open areas.

The al Qassam Brigades said that they targeted Tel Aviv and its surroundings with a missile barrage, “in response to the Israeli massacres against civilians in the Gaza Strip”.

The al Qassam Brigades confirmed in a military report that its mujahideen targeted an Israeli “Puma” personnel carrier belonging to the Engineering Corps with an “al Yassin 105” rockets, and they were also able to finish off two soldiers who were next to it northwest of Gaza City.

The spokesman for the al Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, Abu Obaida, had confirmed that the number of dead soldiers of the occupation Zionist army was much greater than what they announced.

Abu Obaida said, that the Zionist occupation leadership is lying to its public about the number of soldiers killed in the Gaza Strip, and in the course of the battles, threatening to kill more soldiers, returning in black bags.

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