The Palestinian Resistance reaches further than Tel Aviv, hits Israeli Warship

In-depth Report:

Shortly after the Palestinian resistance in Gaza hit an Israeli warship, fighters fired on Sunday rockets which reached further than Tel Aviv for the first time since the offensive started last Wednesday.

Herzliya, 85 km far from Gaza, was hit by Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas’ military branch, Qassam Brigades.

Few hours earlier, the resistance fired an Israeli warship facing Gaza’s coast.

Qassam Brigades, claimed responsibility for the attack, as they issued a video tape showing how an Israeli fighter jet was downed by rockets fired two days earlier.

The Zionist entity has been targeted by more than 770 Palestinian rockets and missiles since November 14, Israeli media sad.
Rockets fired from Gaza on Sunday landed in occupied territories of Ashkelon, Ashdod, Kiryat Malakhi, and Eshkol area, where up to 9 Israelis, including 3 occupation soldiers were injured.

These operations are part of several achievements accomplished by the Palestinian Resistance.
On Thursday, the Qassam Brigades had downed an Israeli drone, calling its operation against the Israeli enemy “Baked Caly Rocks”, referring to a term in the holy Quran.

Earlier on Thursday, Islamic Jihad’s military branch, al-Quds Brigades fired Iranian-made long-range missiles, Fajr 5, on Tel Aviv.

Fajr 5 rockets are among hundreds of missiles the Palestinian resistance groups have fired on the occupied territories, breaching the Iron Dome which the Israeli officials bragged they processed it, and proving it is a futility.

Articles by: Al Manar

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