Israel’s attacks on Gaza continue unabated. While the death toll in the clashes that started on Saturday exceeded a thousand, Hamas’s military arm, the Qassam Brigades, unveiled its new weapon.
The world’s eyes and ears are on the news from Gaza…
The echoes of Operation Aqsa Flood, launched by Hamas, which controls the Gaza Strip, against Israel and in which Islamic Jihad and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) also participated, continue.
Hundreds of Israelis lost their lives after the operation. Israel said ‘This is our September 11’ and completely blockaded the Gaza Strip.
Israel continues its retaliatory air strikes on Gaza. The world is discussing how Israel was ‘caught by surprise’.
While the conflicts in the region continue at full speed, a remarkable statement came from Hamas.
Hamas’s military arm, the Qassam Brigades, unveiled its new weapon used in clashes.
Qatar-based Al Jazeera announced these images to the world with the headline “Palestinian group introduced its new weapon.”
The news included information that the shoulder-fired air defense system was produced by Hamas.
Al Jazeera based this information on Hamas’ statement on the issue.
In a video published by the group, Qassam militants are seen hitting air targets with this weapon.
More than 48 hours have passed since Hamas’ surprise attack. This was one of the deadliest attacks Israel has faced in a long time.
More than a thousand people died on both sides in the Hamas attack and the subsequent Israeli retaliatory airstrikes on Gaza, which continue today.
The United Nations (UN) said in a statement on Sunday night that, as of 21:00 local time, more than 123,000 Palestinians had been displaced in Gaza and nearly 74,000 had taken shelter in schools.
Israel responded to Hamas’ surprise attack with a series of air strikes on Gaza. The Gaza Strip is home to approximately 2.3 million people and has one of the highest population densities in the world.
Palestinian health officials announced that more than 400 people died and more than 2,000 people were injured.