Sat 15 Jun 2024 9:16 pm - Jerusalem Time

Netanyahu: We paid a heartbreaking price

Israeli occupation Prime Minister Netanyahu said: “We paid a heartbreaking price in our just war to defend the homeland,” according to his allegations.

Netanyahu added in his statements on Saturday, “We are fighting to preserve our existence and our future, and we are fighting to return the detainees.”

On Saturday, the Israeli occupation army acknowledged the killing of 8 soldiers when a military vehicle exploded in Rafah, after they were struck by a machine installed by the Al-Qassam Brigades, the military arm of the Islamic Resistance Movement Hamas.

The occupation army admitted that among the dead was a deputy company commander in the 601st Engineering Brigade.

The Al-Qassam Brigades announced the implementation of a complex ambush against the occupation vehicles penetrating the Saudi neighborhood area in Tal al-Sultan, west of the city of Rafah.

Al-Qassam confirmed that a D9 military bulldozer tower was targeted with an Al-Yassin 105 shell, causing it to ignite and leaving the bulldozer crew dead and wounded.

Al-Qassam indicated that upon the arrival of the rescue force, a “Nimr” troop carrier was targeted with a “Al-Yassin 105” missile, which led to its destruction and the killing of all its members.

Earlier, the Hebrew website Hadashot Bazman reported that 8 soldiers and officers of the occupation forces were killed in Gaza, at dawn on Saturday, after an anti-missile was fired at an armored vehicle.

Hebrew media confirmed that the vehicle exploded immediately and was completely engulfed in flames. The eight were killed instantly and burned inside the vehicle.


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Netanyahu: We paid a heartbreaking price