Summary of the most important targets of the Al-Qassam Brigades today in the Battle of Al-Aqsa Flood so far
We monitor a summary of the most important targets of the Al-Qassam Brigades today, Thursday, November 16, 2023, within the Battle of Al-Aqsa Flood until now, which has inflicted significant human and material losses on the Zionist enemy, in addition to its total losses since the beginning of the battle on October 7th until today.
Follow ups – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:
[🔻] 06:05 Al-Qassam Brigades – West Bank announced its responsibility for the operation of storming the tunnel checkpoint south of occupied Jerusalem this morning. They targeted the military checkpoint separating north Bethlehem and southern occupied Jerusalem and managed, by the grace of Allah, managing to kill and wound several Zionist soldiers in retaliation for the martyrs’ blood in Gaza Al-Azza.
[🔻] 07:21 Al-Qassam Brigades targeted 5 military jeeps that attempted to infiltrate west of Beit Lahia with “Al-Yassin 105” shells this morning, resulting in the destruction of two jeeps, one of them a Wolf-type and the other a Defender-type, and eliminating them with machine guns at zero range.
[🔻] 07:28 Al-Qassam Mujahideen managed to eliminate a Zionist force holed up inside a building in Beit Hanoun with 12 “Yasin TBG” anti-fortification shells, resulting in the complete destruction and collapse of the building onto the targeted force, with all of them falling dead and wounded.
[🔻] 07:34 Since this morning, Al-Qassam Mujahideen has succeeded in destroying a house where the occupation soldiers took cover, leaving them dead and wounded, and destroying 21 Zionist vehicles completely or partially in all incursion axes in the Gaza Strip—the flood of Al-Aqsa.
[🔻] 08:25 The enemy admitted the killing of five soldiers, including an officer, in the Al-Aqsa Flood operation after Al-Qassam Brigades broadcasted footage of booby-trapping an opening of one of the Qassam tunnels in Beit Hanoun and luring a force of engineering corps to the place and detonating it.