Israel Conducts Raid on Hamas Training Outpost Linked to Oct. 7 Attack

In a recent military operation in southern Gaza, Israel uncovered a headquarters belonging to the Khan Yunes Brigade, including the office of Mohammed Sinwar, brother of Hamas political leader Yahya Sinwar. The Alqadsia outpost served as a training facility for militants responsible for the October 7 attack on Israeli border communities, as revealed by the Israeli military.

Israel Conducts Raid on Hamas Training Outpost Linked to Oct. 7 Attack

Attack Details

The statement disclosed that the attackers, trained at the outpost, executed a devastating assault on border Israeli communities, resulting in over 1,200 casualties and the capture of around 240 hostages. Shockingly, more than 100 hostages are still held captive in Gaza.

Outpost Features

Among the notable findings in the outpost were models simulating the entrance gates of kibbutzim and other raided areas. The Israeli military engaged with militants defending the outpost, utilizing sniper fire, tank shell fire, and air force strikes to eliminate the threat.

This development sheds light on the ongoing tensions and confrontations in the region, with Israel taking decisive action against key Hamas infrastructure. Stay tuned for further updates on this unfolding situation.

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