Al-Qassam Brigades 'cripple IOF': 5,000 targeted, 750 tanks destroyed

Hamas leader declares that the resistance group is fighting an intense and unprecedented battle

Yahya Al-Sinwar  Sinwar
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GAZA — Yahya Al-Sinwar, the leader of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), recently conveyed a crucial and extensive message to the head and members of the movement's political bureau. In this message, he emphasized that the Al-Qassam Brigades are currently engaged in an intense and unprecedented battle against the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF). According to reports from Al-Jazeera, Sinwar pointed out that the IOF has suffered significant losses in both lives and equipment.اضافة اعلان

Sinwar's message follows offers received by Hamas leadership from the Israeli side through Qatari and Egyptian intermediaries.

These offers primarily revolved around temporary humanitarian ceasefires. Despite this, the movement insists on transcending humanitarian ceasefires and moving towards a comprehensive cessation of hostilities, Khaberni reported.

Sources close to Hamas revealed that the Al-Qassam Brigades targeted no fewer than 5,000 occupation soldiers and officers during the ground battle. Among them, a third were reported killed, another third sustained serious injuries, and the remaining third now face permanent disabilities. In terms of military vehicles, a total of 750 were completely or partially destroyed.

Sinwar asserted that the Al-Qassam Brigades have effectively crippled the IOF and are steadfastly progressing towards further dismantling. He emphasized their unwavering stance, stating that they would not yield to the conditions set by the occupation.

In his message, Sinwar commended the resilience of the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip, acknowledging their exemplary displays of sacrifice, heroism, courage, solidarity, and mutual support. Sinwar urged the political leadership to swiftly address the people's wounds and fortify their resilience.

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