Resistance engages Israeli forces in four fronts near Gaza

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GAZA – On Monday night, Palestinian resistance forces engaged in clashes on four strategic fronts near the Gaza Strip, claiming to successfully repel attempts by Israeli occupation forces to breach their territory, Al-Mamlaka TV reported.اضافة اعلان

In the first front, situated northwest of Beit Lahia, Israeli forces made their advance two days ago, provoking a swift response from Palestinian factions. Intent on targeting the gathering, they employed mortar shells, leading to intense and prolonged confrontations that persisted into the evening. The second front was east of Beit Hanoun, which bore witness to limited Israeli incursions.

Meanwhile, the area south of Gaza City, colloquially referred to as the Queen's area, became a battleground as Israeli military vehicles attempted an advance. The resistance met them head-on, resulting in a violent confrontation that compelled the Israeli forces to withdraw towards the separation fence.

Furthermore, The fourth front was positioned in the Sufa area within the city of Rafah, situated in the southern part of the Gaza Strip. Israeli forces, for the second time in as many days, sought to infiltrate this area, but could not, according to Al Qassam Brigades. This resistance forced the Israeli forces to retreat toward the separation fence.

It was reported that ambulance teams in Gaza faced formidable challenges in reaching locations targeted by Israeli occupation forces. The intensity of the shelling rendered their efforts to transport the killed and the wounded to hospitals exceedingly difficult.

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