In a major success, the Israeli Army has killed the deputy chief of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad Organization, Wael Abu-Fanouna, in an airstrike. Israel Defense Forces (IDF) was looking for this for a long time. Wael Makin Abdullah Abu-Fanouna was a deputy chief of staff in the Palestinian Islamic Jihad Organization. The IDF discovered his hideout in an airstrike on Thursday and then killed him. The army announced the killing of Abu Fanouna in a joint statement with the Israel Security Service (Shin Bet) on Friday.
Fanouna was originally arrested in Israel on 12 December 1989 and sentenced to three life terms for his terrorist activities, but was released in 2011 as part of the Gilad Shalit prisoner deal. Fanouna then served as deputy to Khalil al-Haya, the northern Gaza Strip commander of Palestinian Islamic Jihad. He then served in his role as deputy head of the information network of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad Organization since 2017. Fanouna was also responsible for producing terrorist videos related to rocket attacks on Israeli territory and documenting Israeli captives as part of psychological warfare conducted by terrorist groups in Gaza.
Chaos continues in Gaza
The IDF ground forces continued their operations inside Gaza, coordinating with the Israeli Air Force to carry out precise strikes on terrorists based on information received from them. Soldiers of the 179th Armored Brigade “Ram” came under fire from militants armed with RPGs in central Gaza on Thursday. Subsequently, the troops scanned the area and structure where the terrorists were operating. The IDF found RPG launchers, Kalashnikov rifles and other military equipment during the search operation. In the northern sector of Gaza, the 5th “Sharon” (Reserve) Infantry Brigade killed several armed militants the IDF killed in northern Gaza, who were responsible for several attacks on IDF soldiers. IDF soldiers killed the terrorists with the help of fire tanks and Air Force air strikes.
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