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Israel announces 426 of its soldiers and officers killed since beginning of war on Gaza

The Israeli occupation army announced on Sunday that 426 of its soldiers and officers have been killed since the beginning of the war on the Gaza Strip, with 102 killed at the start of its ground operation.

It added that 1,593 others were injured, with 255 in critical condition.

The Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas movement, announced on Sunday that they have killed 10 Israeli occupation army soldiers in al-Faluga, north of the Gaza Strip.

On Friday, Hamas revealed the details behind the killing of the former chief of staff of the Israeli occupation army, Gal Meir Eisenkot, on Thursday.

It explained “Qassam fighters booby-trapped the entrance to tunnel east of Tal al-Zaatar in northern Gaza Strip with a television bomb, and as soon as the enemy soldiers arrived at the place and attempted to open the tunnel door, the device was detonated, which led to the killing of the son of the former enemy chief of staff, and the minister in the Zionist War Council, Gadi Eisenkot, and the killing and wounding of several others soldiers.”

Hamas also revealed that an Israeli special foot force was targeted in Jabalia, in the northern Gaza Strip.

Al-Quds Brigades, the military wing of Jihad movement, announced the bombing of Israeli occupation army gatherings in the vicinity of the Cultural Center east of Khan Yunis with a barrage of mortar shells.

And the Israeli occupation army announced on Saturday that five of its soldiers were killed in the battles in the Gaza Strip.

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