Troops in the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) can celebrate another victory in the Israel-Hamas war as they were successful in their raid of a Hamas outpost and training camp located in the northern area of the Gaza Strip. The IDF’s 7th Armored Brigade mission resulted in dozens of weapons being seized as well as about 30 terror operatives eliminated.
The raid came as part of the Israeli military’s ongoing effort to combat terrorism from within its borders. During the mission, rifle assault weapons, missiles, mortars, drones, maps, communications equipment and other technological devices were captured by IDF forces.
IDF says troops of its 7th Armored Brigade raided a Hamas outpost and training camp in the northern Gaza Strip over the past day, seizing dozens of weapons and killing some 30 terror operatives.
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In addition to seizing weapons from this site, troops also raided offices belonging to Muhammad Sinwar – brother of Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar – resulting in further weapons and materials being taken into custody.
Another activity undertaken by the 7th Brigade alongside members of elite combat engineering Yahalom unit was raiding a Hamas-affiliated outpost located near Sabra neighborhood battalion which yielded anti-aircraft missile operation systems used for calibration purposes along with multiple drones loaded rocket launcher technology equipment and intelligence documents.
To date, this has been one of the most successful raids conducted by Israeli forces against its neighboring enemy within recent memory due to both its scale and success rate achieved onsite.
Not only did it secure a great deal more weaponry than expected but also saw large quantities of advanced technological assets removed from potential hostile hands which could have otherwise posed serious threats to both local citizens living nearby as well as IDF personnel operating within that region had they not been discovered first.
This is a developing story.