IDF Gaza airstrikes, Hamas 

IDF kills senior Hamas operative

A prominent Hamas leader who developed weapons for the terrorist group was killed in a drone strike in the Gaza Strip yesterday, the Israeli military claims.

Eliminating Muhammad Salah. (Screenshot from IDF footage.)

Hamas terrorist involved in weapons development killed in Gaza drone strike, IDF states. The IDF said Muhammad Salah was not only "involved in strategic weapons development programs" for Hamas, but also ordered other groups to develop weapons.

Numerous more air strikes took place in Gaza over the past day, including on tunnels and gunmen's cells, according to the army. The attack came as troops continue to advance within Rafah, southern Gaza and the Necharim road in the central part.

The IDF said in Rafah that troops went to the Tel Sultan area and found weapons and rocket launchers used in previous attacks.

Muhammad Salah was an employee at Hamas' weapons production headquarters and oversaw organizational projects and developments. The IDF said Monday morning that Hamas' "top" terrorist, Muhammad Salah, was killed and eliminated in an Israeli airstrike in the Gaza Strip.

The high-profile terrorist was destroyed by Israeli Air Force (IAF) aircraft acting on IDF intelligence. Separately, Israeli forces continued intelligence-gathering operations in the Rafah area of ​​the southern Gaza Strip, the army added. During the operation, the soldiers found several weapons.

The army also destroyed the launchers used to attack IDF soldiers in the Tel al-Sultan area. The Israel Defence Forces (IDF) announced on Monday the death of the senior Hamas official believed to have been involved in logistical operations to smuggle weapons into Israel, in the Gaza Strip.

Israeli forces have eliminated several Hamas members and destroyed military structures through drone strikes in Rafah. This activity comes amid rumours that the IDF chief reported soldiers are 'wrapping up' their military operation in Gaza with their major battle against Hamas supposedly close to its end.

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