JERUSALEM (Worthy News)– Seven Israeli soldiers have been killed over the past 24 hours in Gaza. Meanwhile, multiple reports indicate that a Sudanese munitions warehouse containing rockets intended for Hamas was destroyed on Friday night.
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Seven more IDF soldiers and officers killed in Gaza – Jerusalem Post
Seven IDF soldiers have been killed and 30 troops were wounded, three seriously, in fighting along the Gaza frontier on Monday.
The incidents brought the Israeli death toll in Operation Protective Edge to 25, all of which have been inflicted since Thursday when the IDF began its ground incursion into the Gaza Strip.
Israel said to bomb Sudan weapon warehouse – Times of Israel
A large explosion in a Sudanese ammunition warehouse last Friday was the result of an Israeli attack targeting weapons intended for Hamas, and not a fire, as claimed by the government, an Arab daily reported on Monday.
Senior IDF commander: Terrorists who infiltrated from Gaza wore IDF uniforms – Jerusalem Post
This morning's tunnel infiltration by two Hamas squads underlines the threat posed to the South, OC Southern Command, Maj.-Gen. Sami Turgeman, said Monday.
Dozens of terrorists in military uniform emerged from a tunnel, and were successfully stopped by the military, Turgeman added.
Netanyahu: Gaza op will expand until quiet guaranteed – Times of Israel
Israel's ongoing military campaign in the Gaza Strip to uncover terrorist tunnels will continue and even be broadened until it achieves its goal of bringing a prolonged quiet to the area, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday. He spoke hours after 10 Hamas gunmen were killed exiting a tunnel en route to attack Kibbutz Nir Am, the army said.
IDF shows photos of alleged Hamas rocket sites dug into hospital, mosques – Jerusalem Post
The IDF on Monday released declassified photos showing how Hamas uses hospitals, mosques, and playgrounds as rocket launch sites.
The images were taken from the northeastern Gaza City neighborhood of Shejaia, which was the scene of heavy fighting in recent days.
Haniyeh slams Arab world for silence, inaction on Gaza – Ynet News
Former Hamas prime minister Ismail Haniyeh criticized the Arab world's silence and inaction in the face of "Israeli aggression" in Gaza.
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