Jabalia - Conquered

Surrendered Terrorists: "There is No Food and Water, Sinwar Threw Us Away"

Hundreds of terrorists raised their hands in the Jabalia refugee camp, a large number of them angry at the Hamas leadership that abandoned them and fled south. In their investigation they said: "We will not die for him. We are willing to cooperate with you."

Terrorists surrender in Jabalia (IDF spokesman)

Israel at war the 74th day. After heavy fighting, the IDF announced today that Jabalia had been completely conquered. As the fighting wore on, the picture began to become clearer: about 1,000 terrorists killed, 3,500 prisoners, of which about 500 were suspected of terrorist activity, some of whom took part in the massacres of October 7.

The assault on the refugee camp was carried out in strong cooperation between the infantry forces and the special forces. The arrival at the area was carried out from five directions while using a 'pressure cooker' - closing in from all directions - on the terrorists. This resulted in a mass surrender throughout the camp.

Fighters of the 162nd Division in Jabalia (IDF Spokesman)

The fighters who came to the terrorists who surrendered by raising their hands testify that the terrorists were shocked. "We didn't imagine that this would happen, you are crazy." Some of the terrorists were exhausted and disappointed: "There is no food or water, Sinwar has thrown us away, we will not die for him. We are willing to cooperate with you." Some even asked "why did you just arrive now."

There is great anger among the terrorists against the leadership of Hamas. One of the terrorists told the fighters that he is trying to reach his family in the southern Gaza Strip, in the humanitarian areas, but the commanders in the terrorist organization do not allow him.

The battles in Jabalia (IDF spokesman)

The IDF also says that the occupation of the camp took four days and much information was found in the various facilities and in one of Sinwar's houses. They also found many plans and screens with maps of the settlements that include weak points such as schools and dining rooms in the kibbutzim that were used by the terrorists in the murderous attack on October 7th.


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