The Israeli occupation acknowledged that one officer was killed and two others severely injured on Tuesday morning during confrontations south of the Gaza Strip.
Under the “permitted to publish” clause, Israeli media published information on the officer of the 7155 battalion, who was killed on Monday night in south Gaza.
Another 7155 reservist was severely injured during the same confrontations, while another from the 603 battalion was wounded in other clashes with the Resistance, also in southern Gaza.
With the announcement of the killing of yet another officer in clashes in central Gaza, the IOF’s death toll reached 523, 190 of whom were killed since the start of the ground invasion according to Israeli media.
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As the genocide drags on to day 102, the Palestinian Resistance continues to confront invading IOF forces in all areas of engagement.
Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, announced that its fighters detonated an anti-personnel mine against an Israeli infantry force advancing into an underground tunnel east of the city of Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip.
Additionally, Al-Qassam Brigades announced that it had targeted an Israeli bulldozer with a Yasin 105 RPG in the city of Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip.
The Brigades noted that its fighters “ambushed an Israeli infantry unit near one of the Qassam tunnels, engaging from point-blank range, and targetting five soldiers, east of the city of Khan Younis.”