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Israel-Palestine Conflict: Head of Hamas’s Air Force Killed in Israeli Airstrike in Gaza

Israel-Palestine Conflict: Israel Air Force has announced that it carried out an airstrike overnight, killing the head of Hamas’s Air Force, Murad Abu Murad. The strike specifically targeted a headquarters in the Gaza Strip used for managing Hamas’s aerial activities.

The Israeli Air Force reported that Murad Abu Murad played a significant role in directing terrorists during the events of a recent “massacre” on Saturday.

Head of Hamas’s Air Force Killed in Israeli Airstrike in Gaza

In a statement shared on social media, the Israeli Air Force explained, “Also, during the last day, fighter jets of the Air Force attacked the operational headquarters of the terrorist organization Hamas, from where the organization’s aerial activities were managed. During the attack, Murad Abu Murad, the head of the air formation in Gaza City who took a large part and directed terrorists in the murderous attack on Saturday, was killed.”

Separate overnight strikes targeted multiple sites associated with Hamas’s commando forces, particularly those involved in the infiltration into Israel on October 7. The Israeli Air Force has expressed its commitment to continuing operations to defend the State of Israel against the Hamas terrorist organization.

In another update, the Israeli Air Force revealed, “Last night, IAF fighter jets conducted wide-scale strikes throughout the Gaza Strip. These included dozens of Hamas terror targets as well as ‘Nukhba’ terrorist operatives that were in a staging ground in the Gaza Strip.”

Furthermore, the Israeli Air Force reported that an IDF UAV targeted and killed members of a terrorist cell attempting to infiltrate Israeli territory from Lebanon.

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