Israel is leaving no stone unturned to teach Palaestine a lesson in wake of the war that it has forced upon the jewish nation. During one of the raids in Jenin, terrorists fired on soldiers and threw explosives. IDF forces returned fire, killing Isser al-Amar of Palestinian Islamic Jihad.
Since the beginning of the war on October 7, approximately 1,030 wanted Palestinians have been arrested throughout Judea and Samaria of whom over 670 are associated with Hamas.
Meanwhile, despite the ongoing war with Hamas, Israelis will turn the clock back one hour on Saturday night.
The Interior Ministry initially proposed, but then rejected, delaying or cancelling the clock change during wartime.
A petition calling for a two-month delay in changing the clocks received tens of thousands of signatures.
It was the second time that Israeli forces have entered the Strip. The IDF launched a similar raid on Thursday morning. The IDF described that incursion “as part of preparations for the next stages of combat,” and to “to prepare the battlefield.”
The Israeli Air Force is eliminating a growing number of senior Hamas commanders as the terror organization intensified rocket fire across central Israel.
The air force killed the deputy head of Hamas’s Intelligence Directorate, Shadi Barud. The IDF said Barud was responsible for planning the Oct. 7 massacre together with Gaza strongman Yahya Sinwar.
IDF also said that, IDF fighter jets had struck 3 senior Hamas operatives in the Daraj Tuffah Battalion. According to the IDF the battalion’s operatives played a significant role in the invasion and attack against Israel on October 7, and is considered to be the most significant brigade of the Hamas terrorist organisation.
According to IDF International Spokesperson Lt. Col. Richard Hecht, Hamas has begun activating its long-range rockets, as seen in salvos fired in recent days at Haifa in the north and Eilat in the south, as well as rocket fire at the Tel Aviv region.