"103 Bodies"

IDF spokesman: "103 bodies of terrorists were found in Be'eri"

The spokesperson stated that foreign journalists were invited to survey in Kfar Gaza so that the entire world would know the horrors committed by Hamas, in the practical context of terrorism that has been copied from the murderous organization ISIS

(Credit: IDF spokesman)

The spokesperson for the IDF, Daniel Hagari, held a press conference this evening and addressed the ongoing war in the South. Among his remarks, he said, "103 bodies of terrorists were found in Be'eri, and hundreds more in the rest of the Gaza envelope. We will not stop in our efforts to eliminate senior Hamas officials. This will be our top priority."

The spokesperson further stated, "The directive to our forces is clear: locate terrorists and destroy them. We are creating a strong defense along the border with an iron wall. There were infiltration attempts today, but the terrorists were eliminated before reaching the fence."

Hagari also addressed the Israeli Air Force attacks in the Gaza Strip, saying, "We targeted densely populated areas that Hamas operated from because they thought we wouldn't dare to strike them."

Regarding Israelis in Gaza, he said, "There are hostages; I informed this morning that we reached 50 families. Tomorrow, we will release to how many families we've reached."

"We permitted a hundred foreign journalists to come and survey in Kfar Gaza," he said. "So that the entire world would know the horror that Hamas committed. In the practice of terrorism, which was copied from ISIS, the world needs to see these scenes with their own eyes, without mediation. This is a war zone, commanders and fighters are constantly in the area. We will not forget what happened, and it is clear to us what we are fighting for and against whom."

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