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Al-Qassam attacks the Netivot settlement with missiles

GAZA,(Palestine Foundation Information Center)The Palestinian resistance has renewed its missile attacks on Israeli settlements and military gatherings as the Battle of Al-Aqsa Flood enters its 24th day on Monday.

The Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas, announced the launch of a rocket attack on the Netivot settlement in the western Negev.

The Israeli army radio said that 40 rockets targeted the Netivot settlement, some of which hit buildings directly, with preliminary reports of two injuries.

Meanwhile, the resistance continues to confront Israeli-limited incursion attempts from multiple axes in the Gaza Strip.

Fierce clashes erupted during the resistance’s response to an infiltration attempt east of Gaza from the Karni crossing area. The Israeli occupation forces intensified their artillery shelling, resulting in the martyrdom of civilians near the Martyrs Junction (leading to the universities and Al-Quds Hospital), formerly known as the Netzarim Junction.

Media sources reported that the occupation forces are attempting to advance from this vulnerable area towards Salah al-Din Street in order to separate Gaza City from the central governorate.

As the resistance, led by Al-Qassam Brigades, continues to confront the occupation forces in Beit Lahia, yesterday witnessed precise strikes and two infiltration operations behind enemy lines in the area, as well as in the vicinity of the Erez to the north of Beit Hanoun.

Clashes took place in Khan Yunis and Deir al-Balah as the occupation forces attempted to advance through the separation fence amid intense violent artillery shelling.

Local sources reported that the occupation forces are attempting to reach the separation fence to repair the breaches created by Al-Qassam Brigades during the Great Crossing Day on October 7, in addition to testing the readiness of the resistance. These attempts are met with fierce resistance, preventing the advancement or completion of their mission, despite the intensity of aerial and ground bombardment.

Since the beginning of the Battle of Al-Aqsa Flood on October 7, a total of 2,000 Israelis (soldiers and settlers) have been killed, captured, or reported missing, with over 5,600 injured, including 1,200 disabled soldiers and dozens of critical cases.

In another development, the PIC correspondent in Beirut reported that Al-Quds Brigades (the armed wing of Islamic Jihad Movement) – Martyr Ali Al-Aswad Battalion – announced it carried out on Sunday evening an attempt to breach the Israeli security fence at the Hanita military site in northern occupied Palestine 1948, resulting in the martyrdom of two resistance fighters who clashed with the Israeli forces.

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