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Hamas: Al-Aqsa Storm put Israel on path of extinction

Hamas has said the Gaza Strip-based Palestinian resistance movements’ Operation al-Aqsa Storm against Israel put the occupying regime “on the path of extinction.”

Abu Ubaida, spokesman for al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas’ military wing, made the remarks on Thursday concerning the October 7 operation, during which the resistance groups took hundreds captive.

“On October 7, we dealt the blow of the century to the Zionists,” he said.

“What October 7 planted in the conscience of our people will remain [as] an image of the defeat of this criminal enemy and our people will emerge proud and proud in their victory.”

The spokesman went on to recount the losses that had been afflicted by the resistance groups on the regime, during a war that the latter has been waging against the coastal sliver since the implementation of the operation.

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Since the beginning of the invasion of Gaza, the resistance has targeted more than 825 Israeli military vehicles, Abu Ubaida noted.

He also said the fighters had targeted three enemy helicopters over the past 24 hours.

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Glora Eiland has said there is “no signs of a collapse of Hamas’ military capability or their political power to continue to lead Gaza.”

“Our priority is to stop the violence against the people [of Gaza] and to end the genocide against them.”

The regime has killed at least 21,320 people throughout the military campaign.

The spokesman also reiterated the resistance’s stance that there would be no more prisoner exchanges with the regime until Tel Aviv “completely” stops the aggression against the Palestinian territory.

During a Qatari- and Egyptian-mediated temporary ceasefire that took effect earlier during the war, Israel released 240 Palestinian prisoners in exchange for 105 people, who were released by Hamas.

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