Changing Equation: Palestinian Resistance in Gaza Victorious

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During a press conference for the military branch of Islamic Jihad movement, Al-Quds (Jerusalem) Brigades said that this victory is a victory of martyrs and crowds who stood in front the resistance and supported the fighters.

“The martyrs are who made this epic; they are who made this victory. We bow today for this great triumph,” spokesman for Al-Quds Brigades said  in a statement.

The brigades declared that it has fired 620 rockets on the occupied territories including dozens of Grad missiles and Fajr 5 rocket in addition to Fajr 3 rocket during the operation “Blue Sky”.

It added that its fighters used for the first time Cornette rockets, anti-warships missiles and advanced rockets launchers.

Meanwhile, the spokesman stressed that Al-Quds Brigades’ military depot was fine, adding that the resistance didn’t use but a simple amount of its abilities.

“The enemy had acknowledged that dozens of its occupation soldiers have been killed and injured as a result for the qualitative operation, in addition to destroying communication networks.”

“The intelligence weapon was also engaged during this war. We were able to penetrate 5000 mobiles for Zionist officers and soldiers took part in the offensive on Gaza,” the spokesman said, adding that ten mujahedeen (fighters) were martyred during the offensive.

“Today, one of the rounds of the conflict with the Israeli enemy has ended. In this round the resistance dictated its word, will and determination.  In this round the resistance dictated a new style of confrontation and a qualitative weapon that has changed the deterrence equation,” the statement said.

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