The Israeli Broadcasting Corporation said that an army assessment showed that the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation) Able to continue firing missiles towards Israel for at least a few more months.
This came at a time when it was bombed Izz al-Din al-Qassam BrigadesOn Tuesday, the military wing of the Hamas movement, attacked the city of Netivot in the western Negev with a large batch of rockets, causing a direct hit in a building, after more than 100 days of the Israeli war on the Gaza Strip.
The municipality of Netivot said that about 50 rockets were fired towards the city, while Israeli sources indicated that the rockets were fired from the northern Gaza Strip. GazaAlthough the Israeli army confirms that it succeeded in dismantling Hamas’ capabilities there.
On January 8, Al-Qassam renewed its bombing of the so-called Greater Tel Aviv area, despite the passage of 3 months into the war.
On the other hand, the Israeli army believes – according to what was reported by the Israeli Broadcasting Corporation on Tuesday evening – that without discussing “the day after the war,” it will be difficult to preserve “accomplishments.”
It is noteworthy that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is still reluctant to discuss the issue of the day after the war under pressure from his partners from the far right, who see – unlike other ministers in the war government – that delving into this aspect would be tantamount to the end of military operations and an admission of failure to achieve the goals of the war.
Netanyahu says that the war aims to eliminate Hamas, return Israeli prisoners detained in Gaza, and ensure that it does not happen again. October 7 attackLast October.
Israeli Army Radio reported at the end of last month that the army's estimates indicate that the war will not succeed in completely eliminating Hamas' capabilities to launch rockets towards Israel, especially short-range missiles.
A senior officer told the radio that even after two years, residents of the “Gaza envelope” may hear sirens.