Israeli Army Admits to Two More Soldiers Killed by Resistance in Gaza

Qassam fighters prepare the Rajoum system in Gaza. (Photo: video grab)

By Palestine Chronicle Staff  

The Israeli army admitted on Friday to the killing of two more officers during battles in the Gaza Strip, Al-Jazeera reported.

Israeli tanks and bulldozers reportedly arrived on Thursday at Khan Yunis, with air and naval support.

Fierce fighting ensued in the largest city of the southern Gaza Strip. 

According to Al-Jazeera, Palestinian Resistance fighters also clashed with the occupation army to the north in Gaza City and the neighboring Jabaliya area.

With the latest announcement, the official death toll among Israeli soldiers has risen to 94 since the beginning of the ground operation on October 27, and 418 since the start of the Al-Aqsa Flood operations on the seventh of the same month.

On Friday at dawn, Al-Qassam also announced that a special Israeli military unit attempted to rescue an Israeli soldier captured by Hamas. Instead of rescuing him, the soldier was reportedly killed, along with several other Israeli soldiers.

Since October 7, 17,177 Palestinians have been killed and more than 46,000 wounded, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza.


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