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IDF confiscates weapons cache, supplies from Hamas used in attack against Israel

Representational picture. Reuters

The Israel Defence Forces (IDF) have seized a big cache of Hamas’ weaponry and provides amid the group’s terror assaults towards Israel.

The weaponry that has been confiscated consists of rockets, grenades, rocket-propelled grenades and ammunition. In a submit on X, an IDF soldier additionally identified the tags hooked up to the tools which suggests that each one of it’s manufactured by Hamas.

“These confiscated weapons are only 20% of the ones used by Hamas to kill Israelis,” the soldier mentioned.

He added, “You can see by the amount of munitions, medical equipment and food that they brought with them (show) that they were prepared for a long-term conflict.”

The IDF mentioned that the entire seized weapons have been used within the assault towards Israel on 7 October.

Aside from munitions, the IDF has additionally taken maintain of huge portions of medical tools, meals and different provides.

The battle between Israel and Palestine has entered Day 10, leaving greater than 3,800 individuals lifeless on either side.

In the meantime, Israel has “no interest” in occupying Gaza however will do “whatever is needed” to get rid of Hamas, Gilad Erdan, the nation’s ambassador to the UN mentioned.

His feedback got here after US President Joe Biden mentioned any transfer by Israel to occupy the Gaza Strip once more can be a “big mistake.”

In an interview with CNN, Erdan mentioned, “We have no interest to occupy Gaza or to stay in Gaza, but since we are fighting for our survival and the only way, as the president [Biden] himself defined is to obliterate Hamas, so we will have to do whatever is needed to obliterate their capabilities.”

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