The Israeli army announced on Friday that its forces had expanded their operations in Han Yunis, south of the Palestinian-populated Gaza Strip, where they “killed dozens of terrorists” in a single day.
According to the report, one of the Palestinians was spotted from an aerial vehicle when he was already running towards the Israeli soldiers with an anti-tank missile in hand, but was shot dead before he could fire.
Paratroopers began dismantling the city’s terror infrastructure, killing several militants at a tunnel exit and in a building
military spokesmen reported.
An Israeli unit found weapons and training materials for a terrorist attack in the home of a member of the extremist Palestinian organization Hamas in the northern suburb of Jabaliya. They also found pictures of children holding guns, grenades and playing military operations.
In the southern part of the Gaza Strip, to the east of Han Yunis, Israeli forces also marched at the Kuzaya ruins, from where Hamas terrorists launched an attack on Kibbutz Nir Oz on October 7, the army spokesman said.
The troops also attacked residential tunnel mines and rocket launchers, as well as “terrorist structures”, uncovering dozens of tunnel exits and numerous weapons.