Watch.. Al-Qassam Brigades chasing occupation tanks in the alleys of Jabalia

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Al-Qassam Brigades – the military wing of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) – broadcast two video clips showing the targeting of Israeli soldiers and vehicles in the alleys of the Jabalia refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip.

The first video shows Al-Qassam fighters targeting 10 Israeli Merkava tanks with “Al-Yassin 105” shells, causing them to catch fire, in addition to targeting buildings inside which the Israeli occupation forces were holed up with “TBG” anti-fortification shells.

The second video included the targeting of one of the occupation tanks with an anti-armor shell, and Al-Qassam documented the moment it was hit with two different cameras.

The scenes also included targeting an Israeli sniper who was holed up in a house in Jabalia, with an anti-fortified shell, then continuing to finish him off with machine guns.

For its part, Israeli Army Radio reported that a number of soldiers were injured during clashes in Jabalia.

The Jabalia camp is strongly present in every Israeli aggression or war. It presented the first martyr in the Stone Intifada, Hatem Abu Sisi, and his battalions played a prominent role in the Battle of Al-Aqsa Flood.

He also presented many of the martyrs who were assassinated by Israel, most notably the leader of the Al-Quds Brigades – the military wing of Islamic Jihad – Mahmoud Judeh in 2004, and the leader of the Al-Qassam Brigades, Fawzi Abu Al-Qara’ in 2005, as well as the leader of the Hamas movement, Dr. Nizar Rayan, known as the “Sheikh of the Camp.” The occupation bombed his house during the 2009 war, killing him with 15 members of his family.

The camp was also strongly present in the October 7 attack, as its brigades played a major role in targeting the Beit Hanoun “Erez” crossing, the Zikim base and Sderot, after which it was subjected to a systematic attack by the Israeli occupation army, which committed many massacres.

The occupation forces responded with a massive ground attack on this camp, in which two military divisions participated, supported by hundreds of tanks. They faced fierce resistance. The Al-Qassam Brigades and the Al-Quds Brigades documented the destruction and targeting of dozens of tanks and hundreds of soldiers.

In light of talk about the success of the resistance in rebuilding its ranks and the return of its activity in conjunction with the broadcast of new scenes targeting Israeli tanks and soldiers, the occupation army returns to targeting the Jabalia camp with violent bombardment despite announcing its withdrawal from it at the end of last December.