Insane footage shows Israeli soldiers fighting Hamas terrorists in Gaza

IDF operating in the Gaza strip

Israel Defense Forces (IDF) has shared images of its soldiers fighting Hamas terrorists in Gaza as the war continues.

Israeli troops have been carrying out numerous ground operations in the territory since Hamas’ October 7 terror attack in Israel, during which 1,200 civilians were killed.

Since the invasion, Israel has also heavily bombarded Gaza from the air. Hamas has claimed the Gaza death toll has surpassed 12,000.

In the IDF’s footage, soldiers are seen engaging with Hamas fighters in an overnight operation.

Other clips show Israeli troops moving through the streets of Gaza, opening fire in tight alleyways and from high buildings.

One gunfight even appeared to take place in a classroom at a school.

According to the IDF, the unit has located and struck some 70 Hamas targets during the ground offensive, including observation posts, missile launch sites, and terror cells.

The IDF’s Maglan troops, along with other forces of the Commando Brigade, found weaponry in the home of a Hamas member and raided a school next to which two tunnel shafts were found.

Maglan is a unit of the IDF which specializes in operating behind enemy lines and deep in enemy territory.

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While the fighting is continuing in Gaza, it could soon come to an end as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says a truce could be reached with Hamas soon.

A deal could see 50 Israeli hostages released and fighting paused, sources have said.

Mr Netanyahu said: “We are making progress. I don’t think it’s worth saying too much, not at even this moment, but I hope there will be good news soon.”

Ismail Haniyeh, the most senior political leader of Hamas, has also indicated that a truce is close.

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He said: “We are close to reaching a deal on a truce.”

Mr Netanyahu has announced a series of government meetings to take place on Tuesday evening “in light of developments on the issue of the release of our hostages”.

It is expected that Israel will approve a truce.

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