On the 94th day of the aggression against Gaza, the Israeli occupation army carried out intense bombardment on central and southern Gaza stripwhich resulted in the martyrdom of dozens, after a series of massacres in several areas, bringing the total toll of the aggression to exceed 23 thousand martyrs.
Although 3 months have passed since the war,… Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades -The military wing of the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation)- It was able to target Tel Aviv with a new batch of missiles. Simultaneously, battles raged between the resistance and the occupation forces in Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, while Israeli sources announced that 9 officers and soldiers were killed and others wounded in two separate attacks. The occupation army also announced that 19 soldiers were injured in clashes within 24 hours.
While the government of the Israeli Prime Minister announced Benjamin Netanyahu It is continuing with the war, begins the US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken A visit to Tel Aviv during which he is supposed to call on Israeli officials to move to a new phase of limited military operations, according to Israeli media.
“The cruelest day”
Israeli sources revealed that Monday is the “toughest” day for the Israeli occupation army since the beginning of the war on the Gaza Strip.
The sources said that 9 officers and soldiers were killed and others were injured in two separate attacks during battles in the Gaza Strip in the past 24 hours.
In turn, Israeli Channel 12 said that Staff Bisha, a sergeant in the Givati Brigade, died of a heart attack after soldiers under his command were killed in the Gaza Strip.
For its part, the Al-Qassam Brigades said that it “thwarted an Israeli attempt to liberate an enemy prisoner in the Bureij camp (centre) after a special force infiltrated a place where the enemy believed there was a prisoner inside. The force was confronted, its mission was thwarted, and a clash with it left its members dead and wounded, and some were seized.” Special Forces Collectibles.
In a separate statement, Al-Qassam said that its fighters targeted an Israeli special force inside a house with an anti-personnel missile, killing and wounding its members near the station area in the city of Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip.
The Brigades added that its mujahideen were able to detonate an anti-personnel device (Thunder) in an Israeli force and clash with the remaining members with machine guns inside a school near the station area in Khan Yunis, confirming that rescue crews came to the scene to evacuate the dead and injured.
Massacres and martyrs
On the other hand, the Ministry of Health in Gaza announced that the number of martyrs of the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip since the seventh of last October had risen to 23,84 martyrs, and 58,926 people were injured, the majority of whom were women and children.
The Ministry added – in a statement today, Monday – that the Israeli occupation forces committed 17 massacres in the Gaza Strip, claiming 249 martyrs and 510 wounded during the past 24 hours, warning of the danger of the continued deterioration of the condition of health facilities due to their targeting by the Israeli occupation.
This morning, the occupation army launched violent air and artillery bombardment on the central and southern Gaza Strip, resulting in the death of more than 50 people, coinciding with the continuation of fierce clashes between the resistance and the occupation forces in Khan Yunis.
Gaza Ministry of Health spokesman Ashraf Al-Qudra said that famine, drought, and epidemics constitute a triangle of death that besieges 1.9 million displaced people in shelters in the Gaza Strip, calling on the United Nations and its institutions to conduct urgent and focused interventions to prevent the health and humanitarian catastrophe to which the displaced are exposed.
Incursions into the West Bank
The Israeli occupation forces continued their raids into areas and towns in the West Bank, while the Prisoners' Affairs Commissions reported an increase in the number of Palestinians detained in the West Bank since the seventh of last October to about 5,730.
The Palestinian Prisoners' Club said that the occupation forces launched – from Sunday evening until Monday morning – raids, field investigations, and widespread arrests, including at least 40 citizens from the West Bank, including former prisoners, pointing out that these raids were concentrated in Bethlehem, Ramallah, Qalqilya, Nablus, Hebron, and Jenin. And occupied Jerusalem.
An Israeli army force also stormed the Aqabat Jabr camp near the city of Jericho in the West Bank, besieged a residential neighborhood and pushed military reinforcements to the camp’s vicinity, according to eyewitnesses.
In Azzun, east of the city of Qalqilya, the occupation forces began search operations that targeted several Palestinian homes, in addition to bombing a warehouse in the town owned by a Palestinian prisoner in Israeli prisons.
Palestinian platforms reported that the occupation stormed several areas, including the Dheisheh Camp in Bethlehem, the Shuafat Camp, and neighborhoods in the town of Silwan in Jerusalem, Qalqilya, and areas in Ramallah and Nablus. These platforms documented scenes of Palestinians being arrested in some of these raids.
On the Lebanon front, Hezbollah mourned Wissam Tawil, one of the party's field commanders and the official in the Radwan unit, who is considered the most prominent military commander assassinated by Israel since the beginning of the confrontations between the two sides in the wake of the Al-Aqsa Flood operation launched by the Palestinian resistance on the seventh of last October.
The party said, in a statement, “With greater pride and pride, the Islamic Resistance brings to life the martyr, the Mujahid, Commander Wissam Hassan Tawil (Hajj Jawad) from the town of Khirbet Selm in southern Lebanon, who rose as a martyr on the road to Jerusalem.”
The party published – via Telegram – a group of photos in which Tawil appears on several occasions, some of them with the former commander of the Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard, Qassem Soleimani, who was assassinated in 2020, as well as with the prominent military commander of Hezbollah, Imad Mughniyeh, who was assassinated in 2008.