Northern Israel comes under ‘most intense’ attacks since war against Hamas broke out in October


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The head of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps is threatening “revenge” Thursday after one of the country’s high-ranking generals was killed this week in a suspected Israeli airstrike in Syria.

Mourners gathered in a central square in Tehran on Thursday before accompanying the casket of Gen. Seyed Razi Mousavi to a shrine where he was buried.

Mousavi, who was responsible for coordinating a military alliance between Iran and Syria, was killed Monday in an airstrike outside Damascus.

The head of the Guard, Gen. Hossein Salami, said “our revenge will be tough, as always,” but that the only fitting revenge would be “the removal of Israel from the face of existence.”

Salami described Mousavi as a close companion of Gen. Qassim Soleimani, the head of Iran’s elite Quds Force, who was killed in a U.S. drone strike in Iraq in January 2020.

Fox News’ Greg Wehner and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

New image of Mohammed Dief, Hamas’ shadowy military commander, surfaces during war: report

A new image has been published by Israeli media purportedly showing the first glimpse in 30 years of Mohammed Deif — the shadowy commander of Hamas’ military wing who has survived repeated assassination attempts. 

The photo, first published by Channel 12 on Wednesday, reportedly was obtained by Israeli forces fighting Hamas in the Gaza Strip, according to The Times of Israel. 

Ynetnews reports that the image dates back to 2018 and was likely captured at a social event, the Times of Israel adds.

“I won’t address the publication about Mohammed Deif. We need to locate him and eliminate him as soon as possible,” IDF spokesperson Daniel Hagari told Ynetnews. “It’s a task that must be carried out. During operational activity in Gaza, we located a lot of intelligence material, mainly in underground tunnels.” 

Israeli military arrests 21 suspected of helping fund Hamas operations

Twenty-one people have been taken into custody overnight in the West Bank over suspicions of helping fund the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas, the Israel Defense Forces announced Thursday.

The IDF said “During the operation, terrorist funds were located and tens of millions of shekels, safes, documents, recording systems and telephones were confiscated.”

One Israeli shekel is worth about 28 U.S. cents.

The IDF said it was working in collaboration with other Israeli agencies and “arrested 21 wanted persons in three central divisions – Menashe, Binyamin and Etzion, who are suspected of involvement in funding Hamas.”

2 Israeli soldiers killed in battle at Khan Younis mosque, IDF says

The Israel Defense Forces said Thursday that two of its soldiers have been killed in fighting at a mosque in Khan Younis, where a bomb was set off.

“During an activity of the 12th Battalion’s combat team at the Qutaiba mosque in the Khan Younis area belonging to Hamas, the fighters identified a wide underground infrastructure in the mosque,” the IDF said in a statement. “In one of the rooms, a bomb was set off and the troops were fired upon, the fighters returned fire while rescuing the wounded battalion fighters, and eliminated with air support additional terrorists who tried to escape from the mosque.

“Sergeant Maor Cohen Eisenkot and Sergeant Yonatan Din Chaim were killed in this activity,” the IDF added.

The IDF released an image showing a firearm it says was found in the mosque. 

Israeli Air Force strikes anti-tank missile terrorist cell with guidance from ground troops

The Israeli Air Force struck an anti-tank missile terrorist cell in Daraj Tuffah on Thursday with the guidance of Israel Defense Forces troops on the ground in the area.

The IDF said troops destroyed terrorist infrastructure inside a building after RPG missiles were fired from it in the direction of an IDF vehicle. An anti-tank missile launch site with operating terrorists was struck by an IAF fighter jet in the same area at the direction of troops on the ground.

Israeli forces have also conducted operations in the Daraj Tuffah area over the past two days, eliminating terrorists via ground and aerial strikes.

“In a separate incident, terrorists fired at IDF troops from a building during operational activity,” the IDF said. “Following searches of the residence from which the shots were fired, the troops located dozens of weapons.”

The IDF’s naval forces are also providing support to troops conducting ground operations in the Gaza Strip.

Fox News’ Yael Kuriel contributed to this report.

Northern Israeli town, city attacked by Hezbollah rockets

A northern Israeli town and city were struck with Hezbollah rockets on Wednesday, according to the Times of Israel.

Rosh Hanikra and Kiryat Shmona were targeted, where sirens reportedly rang all day. No injuries have been reported at this time.

Hezbollah reportedly fired 18 rockets at Rosh Hanikra, a coastal kibbutz. The terrorist group said they were intended to hit an Israeli naval base.

Another barrage was fired at Kiryat Shmona, where residential buildings were damaged. Hezbollah claimed that they fired around 30 rockets at the city, the Times of Israel reported.

The Israeli outlet called it “the most intense volleys on northern Israel since the region was plunged into war on October 7.”

Northern Israel comes under ‘most intense’ attacks since war against Hamas broke out in October

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