Israeli army strikes over 400 Hamas targets in Gaza over past 24 hours
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) struck 400 terrorist targets in the Gaza Strip over the past 24 hours since the ceasefire regime has been violated by Hamas radicals, the army press service reported.
“Over the past day, the IDF struck over 400 terror targets throughout the Gaza Strip. Overnight, IAF fighter jets struck over 50 targets in the area of Khan Yunis [in the southern Gaza Strip],” the statement said. The press service added that “overnight, Israeli Navy troops carried out a targeted operational activity in the Khan Yunis marina and Deir al-Balah in the southern Gaza Strip, during which they struck Hamas military targets using precise munitions, as well as striking infrastructure and equipment used by the Hamas Naval Forces.”
Unfortunately IDF confirmed the death of four hostages captured by the terrorists of Hamas.
According to IDF spokesman Daniel Hagari, four hostages were killed in the Gaza Strip: Eliyahu Margalit, Mia Goren, Ronen Engel and Aryeh Zalmanovich. The spokesman said that the families of the dead Hamas prisoners had already been notified. He did not specify how or when the hostages died. Earlier, Hagari said that the Palestinian radicals continue to hold 136 hostages, including 17 women and children who were “ruthlessly kidnapped from their homes.” He said that the IDF “will continue to do everything in its power to rescue the kidnapped by any means necessary.”
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