Many soldiers captured in Al- Aqsa Flood: Israeli press

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The 'Aqsa Flood' operation organized by Hamas in the occupied territories created a shock effect in Israel. The Israeli press reported that many soldiers were killed or captured, while the army was unable to respond to the attacks.

Many soldiers captured in Al- Aqsa Flood: Israeli press

The “Al-Aqsa Flood” operation launched by Hamas against the Israeli-occupied territories created a shock effect in Tel Aviv. After the attacks carried out by Izzeddin al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, the Israeli army entered a state of war.

Al-Qassam Brigades announced that many Israeli soldiers were captured and dozens of them were killed during the operation. The Israeli army, on the other hand, refrained from commenting on the soldiers allegedly captured.

The Israeli press, on the other hand, signed confessional news about Hamas' shocking operation. The Times of Israel (TOI) reported that it was confirmed that at least one Israeli soldier was captured in the images reflected on social media.

"Videos posted on social media show Palestinian gunmen in uniform in the Israeli border town of Sderot," the report said, adding, "A video from Gaza showed the lifeless body of an Israeli soldier trampled by an angry crowd. Another video has emerged showing Palestinian militants dragging a live Israeli soldier away on a motorbike,” the Israeli press said.

Haaretz, one of Israel's leading newspapers, wrote that the clashes could continue for days, and reported that there were many police officers among the dead, citing security sources.

The newspaper reported that rocket attacks continued and rocket sirens were still ringing in the border areas, especially in Siderot.

BIG SHOCK IN ISRAEL

Qatar-based Al Jazeera reported on the latest situation in Israel, saying that the unprecedented intensity of the attacks shocked many people.

Source: Newsroom

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