Al-Duwairi: Abu Ubaydah's numbers are a partial description of the nature of the fighting and a pressure card on Israel

Abu Ubaida, spokesman for the Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), announced the complete or partial destruction of 43 Israeli military vehicles, the killing of 15 Israeli soldiers, and the bombing of Tel Aviv and its surroundings. With an intense missile attack during the previous days and the bombing of a tunnel with many Israeli soldiers.

In this regard, military and strategic expert Major General Faiz al-Duwairi says that Abu Ubaida's number is a partial explanation of the fierce clashes taking place on the plain south-west of Gaza City and Khan Younis City.

During his analysis for Al Jazeera, al-Duwairi reported that the ongoing battle is not easy and that fighting in both areas is fierce, pointing out that videos broadcast by the resistance provide only a small picture of what is happening.

He considered Abu Ubaida's numbers to be “a pressure card on the Israeli entity in view of the ongoing agitation against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the need to accelerate the conclusion of the prisoner exchange deal, in view of the prolongation of the war.”

Regarding the implications of the bombing of Tel Aviv, al-Duwairi believed it had a message and political content more than military, noting that no one can determine when the war will end.

He said the existence of contradictions in Israel casts a shadow over how the fight is being managed, while the resistance in Gaza has been managing its fight for a long time and giving a clear response to Israel still being militarily involved in attacking Tel Aviv. Is capable of. Defense Minister Yoav Galant's accusation of dismantling Qassam's organizational structure.

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