The incredible Hamas fighters continued to write a story of bravery with their blood and the blood of thousands of innocent Palestinians slaughtered by the cowardly Zionist thugs, with 10 Israel soldiers killed in just the past 24 hours. This comes as the cowardly Zionists dropped a 100 one ton bombs in Shujaiyeh but still suffered 13 dead of the so called “elite” Golani Brigade. The Zionist regime had declared that its strategy is to kill as many innocent Palestinians as it can so that the people of Gaza turn against Hamas. Instead, the brave Palestinian people have shown incredible resistance to the Zio-Nazis, and have declared their love for the brave Hamas freedom fighters. Over a 1000 innocent people have been killed by indiscriminate Israehelli bombing in Gaza so far. The Israelis are now desperately looking for a way out, but like a rat trapped on a sinking ship, they can only scamper around, biting innocent women and children in their frustration.
In the words of a Zionist newspaper:
Five soldiers were killed late Monday when four Gaza militants entered Israel via a tunnel and fired an anti-tank missile at a pillbox — the fourth time armed men from Gaza have emerged from a tunnel to attack nearby Israeli communities.
A senior officer said one of the militants appeared to have been killed in return fire from a watchtower, while the three others escaped back through the tunnel.
The soldiers killed were Sgt. Daniel Kedmi, 18, of Tzofim; Sgt. Barkai Yishai Shor, 21, of Jerusalem; Sgt. Sagi Erez, 19, of Kiryat Ata; Sgt. Dor Dery, 18, of Jerusalem; and Sgt. Nadav Raimond, 19, of Shadmot Dvora.
Fifty-three Israeli soldiers and three civilians have now been killed sinceOperation Protective Edge began around three weeks ago.
The tunnel opening Monday evening was 150 meters inside Israel south of the Karni crossing; an Israeli aircraft in the air did not manage to fire at the militants, who left behind Kalashnikovs and two rocket-propelled grenades.
Troops then combed area communities for hours for fear that more armed men might still be in Israel. At the start of the incident, defense officials told area residents to stay in their homes; the army also blocked Route 232, the main access road to the area.
There have been three similar incidents. On July 17, armed men who emerged from a tunnel were killed in an air strike.
Two days later, a major and a sergeant were killed when Hamas operatives infiltrated into Israel via a tunnel near Kibbutz Be’eri. The Palestinians entered an abandoned army outpost, set up an ambush and fired a rocket-propelled grenade at two jeeps carrying Armored Corps officers.
On July 21, around 10 armed men emerged from a tunnel near Kibbutz Nir Am wearing Israeli army uniforms. The Palestinians fired an anti-tank shell, killing four Israeli soldiers, including a lieutenant colonel and a first lieutenant.