The Israeli Army announced this Sunday that it has attacked the headquarters of the Hamas intelligence services in the northern Gaza Strip, within a particular series of bombings specifically directed against senior officials of the organization in the Palestinian enclave.
“We reached military assets in the intelligence headquarters of Hamas, and we have done considerable damage to the central infrastructure of the terrorist organization,” said the Israeli Army on its Twitter account.
This bombardment takes place after the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) announced attacks on the home of Hamas leader in the Gaza Strip, Yahya Sinwar, as well as that of his brother, Mohamed Sinwar, senior head of logistics operations and of the organization’s workforce in the Palestinian enclave.
The local leader of Hamas, sources from the newspaper ‘Haaretz’ point out, was not at his residence – in the Gaza Strip town of Khan Younis – at the time of the attack, one of several that Israel has executed against those responsible for the organization. in Gaza for the last few hours.
In this sense, Israel has confirmed bombings against the residences of the organization’s ‘number two’ in Gaza and Sinwar’s deputy, Jalil al Hague, and that of the party’s chief of special operations for this territory, Raed Saad.
Attacks were also launched against the office of Samah Saraj, head of planning and development in the organization’s political bureau, the home of Yusuf abd al Ahub, commander of Hamas’s Zeitun battalion in Gaza City.
The Israeli Army has also confirmed attacks on dozens of weapons production and storage sites in Sabra Tel Aloha, Sheikh Umdan and Gaza City, and the destruction of some 40 rocket launchers intended for attacks against Israel.