Motsai Shabbos Updates: Hamas – Israel War


The IDF announced the tragic death of five more Nishamos battling in Gaza over Shabbos. This brings the grim death toll of soldiers since the ground invasion to 56 Karbanos R”L.

Maj. Jamal Abbas HY”D, 23, Peki’in, a company commander in the Paratroopers Brigade’s 101st Battalion, from Peki’in.

Cpt. Eden Provisor HY”D, 21, a platoon commander in the 401st Armored Brigade’s 52nd Battalion, from Alfei Menashe.

Master Sgt. (res.) David Digmi HY”D, 43, a paramedic in the Gaza Division, from Rishon Lezion.

Staff Sgt. Shlomo Gurtovnik HY”D, 21, a combat medic in the 401st Armored Brigade’s 46th Battalion, from Modiin.

Staff Sgt. Adi Malik Harb HY”D, 19, of the Nahal Infantry Brigade’s reconnaissance unit, from Beit Jann.

Staff Sgt. Shachar Fridman HY”D, 21, of the Paratroopers Brigade’s 101st Battalion, from Jerusalem.

May the families be consoled. HY”D. Besuros Tovos IY”H.

The IDF over Shabbos announced that they are expanding operations in the Gaza Strip, with offensives carried out by the 36th Division in the Zeitoun neighborhood of Gaza City, and the 162nd Division in Jabaliya.

“The IDF is continuing and expanding its operational activities in Gaza.

Over the past day, our forces conducted activities in the Zaytun and Jabaliya areas, during which they encountered terrorists who intentionally operated from civilian areas and attacked the troops using anti-tank missiles and explosives.

Our troops eliminated numerous terrorists and struck a large number of terrorist infrastructure.”

Israeli media reports that Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar & military chief Mohammed Deif have fled to Khan Younis, in southern Gaza.

Glocal media report the expanding of the IDF operation to the South region as well: “U.S. military officials said their Israeli counterparts tell them to expect more weeks of clearing operations in the north before Israel prepares a separate initiative in southern Gaza, widening the offensive.”

Israeli National Security Minister Itamar Ben Gvir says this week he will bring for initial approval in the Knesset a bill mandating the death penalty for terrorists: “I expect all members of Knesset to support this important bill” said Gvir.

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