Latest updates of Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood”

Occupied Jerusalem, SANA- Following are the most important updates of Operation “Al-Aqsa Flood” launched by the Palestinian resistance:

-Palestinian resistance targets the settlements of Reem and Miflasim on the outskirts of the Gaza Strip with missile barrages in response to the ongoing Israeli occupation aggression on the Strip.

-Palestinian resistance targets a position for Israeli enemy soldiers, east of Deir al-Balah in central Gaza, with heavy-caliber mortar shells.

-Gaza Media Office: More than 700 Palestinians were martyred in massacres committed by the Israeli occupation over past 24 hours.

-Palestinian resistance targets a position for Israeli soldiers east of Khan Yunis, southern Gaza Strip, with mortar shells.

-Palestinian resistance targets a Zionist tank west of Jabalia, north of the Gaza Strip, with (Al-Yassin 105) shell.

-Palestinian media: Martyrs and wounded in a bombing by Israeli occupation aircraft of homes in Khan Yunis, southern Gaza Strip.

-Palestinian media: A number of martyrs and wounded in a bombing by Israeli occupation aircraft of a bus distributing aid to the people near Kamal Adwan Hospital, northern Gaza Strip.

– Palestinian Resistance: Our fighters monitored a position of 60 Israeli occupation soldiers east of Juhr al-Dik in central Gaza Strip. They planted 3 anti-personnel bombs around the position and then detonated them, causing a large number of deaths among their ranks.

-Israeli occupation admits the killing of two of its soldiers during clashes with Palestinian resistance in central Gaza Strip.

-Palestinian media: Dozens of martyrs and wounded in a bombing by Israeli occupation aircraft of a house in al-Daraj neighborhood in Gaza City

Palestinian media: 9 martyrs and a number of wounded in an Israeli bombing at Sunday dawn that targeted a house in al-Jeneina, southern Gaza Strip.

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