Palestinian resistance inflicted heavy casualties on Israeli occupation forces in Gaza’s Rafah in a complex web.

  • At least 4 Israeli soldiers were killed in a resistance ambush in Rafah.
    Screengrab from a video showing al-Qassam Brigades targeting occupation army soldiers in Rafah city, south of the Gaza Strip (Military Media)

Palestinian resistance to the Israeli occupation forces (IOF) continues to increase, maintaining a strong stance against the occupying forces on all fronts in response to the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip for the 248th consecutive day.

On Monday, heavy clashes broke out between the resistance and the Israeli occupation forces in the Al-Azba area on the Palestinian-Egyptian border and in central Rafah in the southern part of the Strip. Al-Mayadeen Reporter reported.

gave Al-Qassam BrigadesHamas’s military wing carried out a complex operation by destroying a bombed-out house in al-Shabora camp in Rafah city where the Israeli army had taken refuge.

Israeli media acknowledged the death of four Israeli soldiers following an operation by al-Qassam Brigades in al-Shabora refugee camp in Rafah. These soldiers were killed when a building they were stationed in collapsed.

The al-Qassam Brigade said that several Israelis were killed as a result of this operation. After the operation, the resistance used mortars to shell the area around the house where Bobi was trapped as Israeli aid teams arrived. The area was later subjected to further shelling, possibly after surveillance by the resistance of some of the troop’s activities.

Additionally, the Al-Qassam Brigades announced that it had hit an Israeli D9 military bulldozer with a Yasin-105 shell near the Al-Awda Mosque in central Rafah.

Qassam Brigades military media released footage of Israeli assembly points being targeted east of Khan Yunis in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

The ongoing conflict illustrates the resilience and determination of the Palestinian resistance in the face of continued Israeli military operations in the Gaza Strip.

The death of Israeli soldiers has been confirmed.

Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades announced a major attack targeting Israeli military command and control centers along the supply line in the Netzarim axis, south of Gaza City. The attack was carried out using mortar shells, with the aim of disrupting the strategic operations of the Israeli forces in the area.

In a bold display of its military prowess, the group released footage showing as many as 103 rockets being manufactured and prepared in their workshops.

At the same time, the Mujahideen Brigades, the military wing of the Mujahideen movement, revealed that they had fired a rocket at an Israeli military position in the Netzarim axis. The attack reportedly resulted in heavy casualties, prompting Israeli reinforcements to arrive at the scene.

On Sunday, several Palestinian resistance factions announced operations against Israeli occupation forces in several sectors of the enclave, with Hamas’ al-Qassam fighters leading the defense.

Mortar units of the al-Qassam Brigades fired a large number of mortar shells at occupying forces deployed in the Tal al-Sultan area in southern Rafah, while a sniper force shot dead an Israeli soldier in a nearby area.

The brigades also carried out a joint operation with the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) Quds Brigades, firing rocket artillery at the Sufa military base east of Rafah.

As a result of the attack, warning sirens went off in the town of Lafwa around 2:50 pm (local time) on Sunday.

Al-Qassam fighters also targeted an Israeli Apache attack helicopter over Rafah with a shoulder-fired surface-to-air missile.

Additionally, al-Qassam’s mortar units intercepted advancing Israeli forces around the Kuwaiti hospital in Rafah with high-caliber shells.

Mortar units of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP) National Resistance Brigades also attacked Israeli forces near Al-Awda Roundabout in Rafah.

Mortar units of the Al-Quds Brigade fired heavy shells at Israeli occupation forces stationed in Tel Zarrab on Sunday morning.

The PIJ’s military wing also fired 60 mm mortar shells at a group of Israeli occupation forces located southeast of Rafah city.

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