Prominent Updates on the 83rd Day of the Israeli Aggression on Gaza Featured

By Gamal Khattab December 29, 2023 3797

 

New Massacres Committed by the Israeli Army

On the 83rd day of the Israeli aggression on Gaza, the occupation army committed new massacres against civilians in Rafah, Khan Yunis, and Beit Lahia. The total death toll since the start of the war is now 21,320, with 55,603 injured.

The Palestinian resistance, represented by the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, has also been successful in destroying 825 Israeli vehicles. They have made it clear that they will not agree to any deals or exchanges until the aggression against their people is completely stopped.

Israeli Army Admits Killing Captured Soldiers

The Israeli army has published the results of an investigation into the killing of 3 of its soldiers who were captured by the Al-Qassam Brigades. The army's Chief of Staff, Herzi Halevy, described the incident as serious and acknowledged the failure of the rescue mission.

Abu Ubaida's Message

Abu Ubaida, the spokesman for the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, emphasized that the priority of the resistance in Gaza is to stop the aggression against their people. He stated that there will be no deals or exchanges until the aggression is completely halted. Abu Ubaida also highlighted the significance of the Battle of Al-Aqsa Flood, which he believes will lead to the decline of the Zionist entity.

Israel's Devastating Bombing in Jabalia

An investigation by the American Wall Street Journal revealed that an Israeli airstrike on the Jabalia camp in Gaza resulted in the killing of a Hamas leader and dozens of civilians. Israel chose not to warn civilians in the area to prevent militants from escaping.

Thousands of Israelis Demand Prisoner Exchange

Thousands of Israelis participated in a large demonstration in occupied Jerusalem, demanding the immediate release of detainees in Gaza through a prisoner exchange deal with the Palestinian resistance. Banners with pictures and names of detainees were raised, and slogans were chanted to urge the government to take action.

Escalation in Southern Lebanon

There has been a significant escalation on the southern Lebanon axis, with Israel launching preemptive strikes on Hezbollah targets and infrastructure. Hezbollah, in return, targeted Israeli sites near the border. Both sides have engaged in air and artillery bombardments.

Martyrs and Escalation in the West Bank

In the West Bank, two young men were martyred due to the occupation forces' actions. The number of martyrs in the West Bank has now reached 314 since October 7th. The occupation forces have also conducted a campaign against exchange companies, arresting workers and seizing millions of shekels.

Israel's Losses

The Israeli army announced the deaths of two officers and a soldier in the battles in the Gaza Strip, bringing the total number of Israeli casualties to 501 since the start of the Al-Aqsa flood. The army also revealed the names of 11 officers and soldiers killed in the past 48 hours.

Al-Aqsa Flood: A Palestinian Operation

Iranian Revolutionary Guard Commander Hossein Salami clarified that Operation Al-Aqsa Flood is entirely Palestinian and not a retaliation for the assassination of Qassem Soleimani. He emphasized that the operation was carried out by Palestinians themselves without any external support.

Source: Al Jazeera