One month has passed since the war between Israel and Hamas. The war that broke out after the attack by Hamas on October 7 has not ended even after the incessant attack on Gaza. Gaza Strip has been completely destroyed. Big buildings have been razed to the ground due to Israeli gunpowder. After continuous bombing and ground action for the past one month, the Israeli Army claims that half of Gaza has been captured by Israel.
Israel is selectively targeting the bases of terrorist organization Hamas. Many commanders of Hamas have become targets of Israeli bombs. In this context, there is news that today the Israeli Army has killed terrorist Mohsin Abu Jinnah, known as the Rocket Man of Hamas. According to a report in Aaj Tak, Abu Zina was the head of Hamas’s rocket factory.
It is noteworthy that Abu Zina was the brain behind the attack on Israeli soil on October 7. The rocket made by him caused the most damage to Israel. Now Israel has killed its worst enemy. Also, more than half of Gaza has been captured by the IDF.
As the Israeli army is advancing in Gaza, it is also destroying the tunnel built by Hamas. The biggest strength of Hamas was its tunnel. But the IDF has now started destroying the tunnel itself. However, at many places the Israeli Army is facing tough competition from Hamas fighters.
As part of the ground action on Gaza, the Israeli Army has divided Gaza into two parts. The Israeli army completely closed the road to South Gaza. After this, it is now impossible to reach from North Gaza to South Gaza without the permission of the Israeli Army.
In this context, the Israeli Army has said that its soldiers are now fighting Hamas in the interior areas of Gaza city. This is being seen as a new phase of the conflict because according to the Israeli army it is moving towards the headquarters of the Hamas extremist group. Speaking to the media, Chief Military Spokesman Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari said that Israeli troops have now reached the interior areas of Gaza City, due to which the pressure on Hamas is increasing.
About 70 percent of Gaza’s population of about 2.3 million people have left their homes following Israel’s orders and moved towards the southern part, but Israeli bombardment continues there too. Israel says that many terrorists along with the common people have also moved towards the south.