Israel killed the top Commander in Gaza through Airstrike – Israel Gaza Conflict.

Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu on press meet

Monday, the Israeli military said Israeli Air forces killed the top leaders of Islamic Jihad militant. I know you have a question on your mind: who is your Islamic Jihad militant leader, and why this think is relevant to GAZA Stipes. 

Hussam Abu Harbeed was known as an Islamic Jihad militant top commander (IJMovement in Palestine). Also, the same influential person who allows their Militant form GAZA. This militant group also supports Hamas.

Monday earlier morning, news came throughout Israeli media: We are successfully taking down Hussam Abu Harbeed through our AirForces.

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They also said: ” he was behind several anti-tank missile terror attacks against Israeli civilians.” 

The military said those attacks included one on the first day of the current round of fighting that it said had injured a civilian in Israel.

Islamic Jihad Movement in Palestine

Islamic Jihad groups are also the same. However, They are basically movements on Syria capital at Damascus. In the past, they are conducted several attacks on Isreal civilians.

PIJ was formally established in Gaza in 1981 by two Palestinian activists: Dr. Fathi abd al-Aziz Shaqaqi, a Rafah-based physician, and Shaykh Abd al-Aziz Awda, an Islamic preacher from the Jabaliyya refugee camp, as well as Ramadan Shalah, Bashir Moussa and three other Palestinian radicals.

PIJ has been labeled a terrorist organization by the United States, the European Union, the United Kingdom, Japan, Canada, Australia, and Isreal.

Here is the attached video, Which shares by the Israel Defense Forces.

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