The occupation prevents its soldiers from filming “video clips”.

A spokesman for the Israeli occupation forces called on soldiers not to make any video clips inside the camps or during combat operations in the Gaza Strip and other areas.

The military ordered soldiers not to film any video clips that are not related to military operations, and pointed out that such clips and statements made by soldiers harm the war aims. The spokesperson stressed that any soldier who makes a video which is not for operational purpose will be dealt with seriously and strictly.

Since the beginning of the invasion of the Gaza Strip, numerous videos published by occupation troops on their accounts on social media platforms have revealed their pride in destroying and mocking Palestinian property.

According to the New York Times, the clip shows soldiers vandalizing shops and classrooms inside schools and making derogatory comments about Palestinians, calling for the construction of Israeli settlements in the Strip, which is “backed by some extreme right-wing Israeli politicians. The idea being propagated is an inflammatory one”. York Times.

The occupation forces have been waging a devastating war on Gaza since October 7, which has so far resulted in the martyrdom of more than 28,000 people, most of whom are women and children, and the destruction that has left nearly 70,000 injured. of displacement and starvation of the Belt's cities and its inhabitants.

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