The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) released satellite photographs to show the effects of Hamas assaults on Israel in the midst of the current confrontation between the IDF and militants from Hamas. These photos, which the IDF published on an anonymous social media network called “X” on October 7, show the significant damage the surprise attack inflicted. The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) denounced Hamas for its willingness to carry out what they considered to be war crimes, claiming that the evidence of their activities could be seen even from space.
Pictures shared by IDF on X, Image Source : Hindustan Times
Israeli military revealed some of the confiscated weaponry
The Israeli military revealed some of the confiscated weaponry that Hamas had used in its assaults against Israelis in another social media post on the same platform. The IDF reaffirmed its commitment to destroying Hamas’s infrastructure for terrorism and arsenal production in Gaza. The size of the weaponry confiscated was revealed by an Israeli soldier in a video that was posted with the article.
He said, “All the munitions that you see in here are about approximately 20% of what Hamas terrorists carried on their vehicles. Around here, you can see a variety of shaped charges, rockets, RPGs, grenades, and other weapons. He added that Hamas was equipped for a protracted stay in the communities based on the quantity of weapons, medical supplies, and food they brought.
The soldier added that the handcrafted insignia on the equipment suggested that Hamas produced it. Israeli troops will invade Gaza to hunt down Hamas militants, the IDF chief announced in the meanwhile. We must now enter Gaza and get to the locations where Hamas is organizing, acting, planning, and launching. Destroy infrastructure while attacking them everywhere, including every commander and operator. Lt. General Herzi Halevi, the IDF’s chief of staff, addressed the troops and declared, “In a word, to win.
Israeli Air Force flew reconnaissance sorties over Gaza Strip
After waves of Hamas fighters invaded Israel on October 7, the fighting intensified, killing approximately 1,400 people, the majority of whom were civilians. Israel then declared war on the terror organization as a result.
According to The Times of Israel, the Israeli Air Force also flew reconnaissance sorties over the Gaza Strip, giving top ground force officers a bird’s-eye view of the military’s surprise actions. The IDF launched attacks on targets in and near the northern section of Gaza at the same time that rockets were fired at Tel Aviv and southern Israel.
Shooting increased along Israel’s border with Lebanon
Along Israel’s border with Lebanon, the shooting increased as well. In response to rocket launches, Israeli army jets targeted Hezbollah’s military facilities. Palestinians in Gaza were had to seek refuge due to the continued gunfire, including on the streets and in UN-run schools, after an Israeli order to leave southern Gaza to avoid the bombardment.
There has been a great deal of destruction and casualties as a result of the ongoing confrontation between the IDF and militants from Hamas. The IDF has made an attempt to display the weaponry seized from Hamas fighters and to use satellite photographs to highlight the scope of the damage. Israel’s determination to attack Hamas fighters and their support systems in Gaza continues to be unwavering, and the situation is getting worse with implications for the Israeli-Lebanese border. People in Gaza have been compelled by the conflict to seek shelter in UN-run schools and on the streets, which has exacerbated the humanitarian crisis in the area.