The Israeli Army: The war in Gaza has a high price and we are fighting fierce battles, We are learning lessons to ensure less harm to our forces The Israeli Army: The war in Gaza has a high price and we are fighting fierce battles, We are learning lessons to ensure less harm to our forces

The Israeli Army: The war in Gaza has a high price and we are fighting fierce battles, We are learning lessons to ensure less harm to our forces

The Israeli Army: The war in Gaza has a high price and we are fighting fierce battles, We are learning lessons to ensure less harm to our forces

Israeli army spokesman Daniel Hagari said on Saturday that the army is expanding its operations in the north and south of the Gaza Strip and is waging fierce battles in the strongholds of the Hamas movement.
Hagari said: "We are facing fighting from tunnels and saboteurs emerging from them and confronting us. We are expanding our operations in the north and south of the Gaza Strip and fighting fierce battles in Hamas strongholds."

Hagari stressed that the fighting in Gaza is complex and will take time. We are learning lessons every day to ensure less harm to our forces. This war has a high price, but the ground operation is necessary to achieve the goals of the war.”

He added: "We seized 30,000 weapons, including missiles and explosive devices, during the fighting in the Gaza Strip," adding that the Israeli army attacked Hezbollah targets in the north, including infrastructure.

The "Al-Qassam Brigades" and "Al-Quds Brigades" issued a set of statements in which they talked about the killing of a number of soldiers and the destruction of many Israeli military vehicles during the past hours, and that they are engaged in fierce clashes on the various axes of the incursion.

The Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Hamas movement, also announced that it was able to ambushed 4 Israeli command jeeps, destroying them, killing all their members, and destroying a tank that rushed for support in the Juhr al-Dik area in the central Gaza Strip.

Al-Qassam indicated that its fighters have been waging fierce armed clashes since yesterday with Israeli army forces penetrating the Jabalia al-Balad area, north of the Gaza Strip.

She added in a statement: “During the clashes, they used guerrilla action bombs, Al-Yassin 105 anti-armor shells, and anti-personnel and anti-fortified TBG shells, during which they killed and wounded a large number of Zionist soldiers, and the clashes are still continuing.”

The war on the Gaza Strip has entered its 78th day, as Israeli forces continue to bomb cities and governorates north and south of the Strip, amid violent clashes and international fears of a worsening humanitarian catastrophe.

Israeli police tear down a “Stop Genocide in Gaza” banner during a demonstration in Tel Aviv

Israeli police officers tore down a banner carried by demonstrators in Tel Aviv that read, “Stop genocide” in Gaza.
Yesterday, the United States thwarted by using its veto power an amendment calling for a ceasefire in Gaza that had been proposed by Russia.

Russia's permanent representative to the United Nations, Vasily Nebenzia, said: "The Security Council witnessed irresponsible and cruel behavior on the part of Washington, which resorted to various sabotage tools to prevent the issuance of a resolution on Gaza."

He added: "The world is wondering why we postponed approval of the United Arab Emirates' decision. This was due to American pressure and blackmail. Either the Council adopts a decision that satisfies Washington or none of the decisions proposed are adopted."

In turn, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres stressed that a humanitarian ceasefire is the only way to meet the needs of the people of Gaza and end the ongoing nightmare.

Guterres stressed during a press conference that the Hamas attack on October 7 does not absolve Israel of its responsibilities towards international law in its operation in the Gaza Strip. Stressing that "there is nothing that can justify the launching of rockets from Gaza or the use of civilians as human shields."

For his part, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in previous statements, ruled out reaching a ceasefire in Gaza before Hamas was “eliminated.”
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