Gaza: Hamas has captured more than 50 Israelis, including an Israeli Major General, and killed over 700 Israelis, including 44 soldiers, in the recent operation known as the Al-Aqsa Flood. In this operation, 30 Israeli police officers were also killed, including high-ranking officials.
Israeli media has also reported that nearly 750 Israelis have gone missing since the start of the attacks from the Gaza Strip, while 370 Palestinians have been martyred.
According to reports from Arab and CNN, BBC, and Al Jazeera, Operation Al-Aqsa has intensified, and Palestinian freedom fighters are making advances in Israel. Fierce fighting continues between Israeli forces and Palestinian freedom fighters at various locations. The Palestinian resistance movement Hamas has launched attacks on Israel from land, sea, and air. So far, around 700 Israelis have been killed in these attacks, including 44 soldiers.
According to reports from international news agencies, Israeli media states that the number of Israelis killed in Hamas attacks from the Gaza Strip has reached 700. Additionally, it has been announced that more than 2,000 Israelis have been injured in these attacks. Meanwhile, the Israeli military has shared a link on its official website, listing the names and images of 26 soldiers from among those who have been killed.
In a statement broadcasted on Israeli radio, it was mentioned that among the deceased are the commanders of the Nahal Brigade, Takhshav Battalion, a Deputy Commander of the Maglan Unit, a company commander, and a group leader from the internal front.
Several videos have gone viral on social media showing that Hamas militants have captured numerous Israeli soldiers and civilians during their attacks. Now, Israeli media has confirmed that during Hamas’ operations, including attacks on land, sea, and air, approximately 50 Israeli soldiers, including a Major General, have been taken as captives.
Arab media has claimed that Hamas fighters have also captured Major General Nimrod Aloni from the Israeli forces, but there has been no confirmation or denial from the Israeli forces regarding this.