Resistance operations in Gaza continue and the enemy death toll reaches.

As the Israeli occupation reported a new death toll since October 7, the Palestinian resistance continues its fierce battles with enemy forces infiltrating the Gaza Strip.

On Monday evening, February 27, 2024, the occupation announced that officer Shahar Yifta was killed during clashes with Palestinian resistance in the Gaza Strip.

According to official statistics published by the occupation army, the number of military deaths in the ranks of the Israeli occupation army since last October seventh has risen to 580, and the number of wounded has exceeded 2,962.

Later, the Israeli Soroka Hospital announced the arrival of 11 wounded soldiers from the Gaza Strip during the day on Tuesday, including some seriously injured.

Press sources earlier reported that four soldiers of the occupation army were killed in a missile attack on a building in Khan Yunis. The enemy army has not officially acknowledged their deaths.

Since Tuesday morning, al-Qassam resistance fighters have been waging fierce battles from zero range with occupation forces that have infiltrated south of al-Zaitoun neighborhood in Gaza City.

Al-Qassam Brigades targeted an Israeli D9 bulldozer with an Al-Yasin 105 shell and set it on fire north of the Musab bin Omair Mosque, east of the Zeytoun neighborhood in Gaza City.

It announced the destruction of a “Merqua” tank with an “Al-Yasin 105” shell near Al-Musalba area in Al-Zaytoun neighborhood in Gaza City.

Al-Qassam said its opposition fighters targeted a gathering of occupation forces and infiltrated with mortar shells near the al-Musalba area in the al-Zaytoun neighborhood, east of Gaza City.

Al-Qassam Mujahideen tracked Black Hawk and Yazur planes transporting dead and wounded between enemy forces following heavy fighting in al-Zaytoun area of ​​Gaza City.

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Al-Qassam targeted a “Merqua” tank with an “Al-Yasin 105” shell in Al-Balad area in Khan Younis city, south of Gaza Strip.

In addition, the Al-Quds Brigade broadcast footage of a soldier's sniping action at the advancing fronts east of Khan Yunis.

Al-Quds forces bombarded settlements around Ashkelon and the Gaza Strip with rocket launchers in response to crimes of aggression against the Palestinian people.

Al-Quds forces reported that they detonated a military vehicle with a “tagib-barrel” device and destroyed another military vehicle near Dawla Junction, south of al-Zaytoun neighborhood of Gaza City. “Taqib” device on Al-Sikka Street, east of Al-Zaytoun neighborhood in Gaza City.

Al-Quds forces, in a complex engineering operation, confirmed that they were able to trap a Zionist force between dead and wounded in a tight ambush inside a building that had been hit by a booby-trapped F16 missile fired at houses by the enemy. of the protectors and it did not explode. “Our engineers activated it and forcefully detonated it near Dawla junction, south of Jtown neighborhood.” In Gaza City.

The brigades said: “After our Mujahideen returned from areas engaged in advance axing in Khan Yunis, they confirmed that they had carried out several missions, including shelling a group of enemy soldiers in the town of Abasan al-Kabeera. , east of Khan Yunis, with mortar shells, and in the project area west of Khan Yunis engaged in heavy engagement with enemy soldiers and vehicles with machine guns.

This evening, it fired a barrage of 60-caliber conventional mortar shells at a gathering of occupation forces near the Ali Mosque in the southwest of al-Zaytoun neighborhood in Gaza City.

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In turn, the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade reported that a cluster of enemy soldiers and vehicles, along with conventional mortar shells, fired a barrage of bombs at a group of enemy soldiers and vehicles in Takatum axis, east of the Zaytoun neighborhood in Gaza City, north of the Musab bin Omair Mosque. .

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