Tulkarm Brigade targets IOF military post, confirms direct hits
The Resistance Brigade says its fighters engaged with Israeli occupation forces at a distance "not exceeding 30 meters."
An Israeli occupation military site near the Shweika suburb, located north of the Occupied West Bank city of Tulkarm, came under gunfire, according to reports from Israeli media outlets, confirmed by the spokesperson for the Israeli army.
Israeli news channel Kan confirmed that the Israeli site was subjected to gunfire that "did not result in injuries" among the occupation soldiers.
Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades - Tulkarm Brigade (Rapid Response Groups) - claimed responsibility for the operation and announced that the faction's fighters were able to engage IOF at a "distance not exceeding 30 meters," confirming direct hits "among the enemy's ranks."
The Resistance group also dared the Israeli occupation military to "reveal its actual casualties."
Israeli army spokesperson further announced that following the site's exposure to gunfire, the occupation forces combed the area, during which empty bullet rounds were found.
While conducting the search, the Israeli forces were attacked once again with gunfire and explosive devices by Palestinian Resistance fighters. The IOF opened fire at the group without inflicting any casualties, the spokesperson said.
The Resistance Brigade said in its statement that this operation "is just the beginning," stressing that what is coming "is even greater."
"We will not and will not deviate [from our path], and our guns are only directed at the occupation and its supporters," the Resistance group vowed.
Tulkarm Brigade has in recent weeks intensified its operations against Israeli occupation forces, especially targeting military checkpoints, and on numerous occasions, it confirmed that its fighters dealt the Israeli troops with direct hits.
While Palestinian Resistance fighters in the West Bank continue to repel Israeli aggression campaigns against their cities, Israeli media outlets have recently expressed rising concerns in the military and security establishments of the explosive devices and suicide drones operated by Resistance groups to target occupation soldiers.
Earlier this month, the military analyst for Channel 12, Shai Levi, voiced fears spreading among Israeli institutions, saying Palestinian fighters, mostly from Jenin, Nablus, and Tulkarm, "are putting a lot of effort into building and advancing their rocket infrastructure, suicide drones, and explosive devices."