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War of iron swords.
« on: November 14, 2023, 10:12:54 AM »

War of iron swords.
A war of iron swords is a war between the State of Israel and various terrorist organizations, led by the terrorist organization Hamas, which operates primarily from the Gaza Strip. The war broke out on Saturday morning, the Shimmi Atzeret and Simchat Torah holiday of the 5th Tashpad, October 7, 2023, in a surprise attack by Hamas against the surrounding areas of Gaza, both Israeli and foreign, and at the same time security. Israeli armed forces and citizens eliminated more than 1,740 terrorists and arrested more than 700 of them.
Kidnapping of soldiers, civilians and residents In many of the conflict centers, Hamas terrorists managed to kidnap civilians and soldiers to send them to the Gaza Strip. For many days their number was unknown. About a week and a half after the attack, Israel and Hamas estimated that there were between 200 and 250 kidnapped.
The Northern Front in the War of the Iron Swords
Approximately 25 hours after the start of the war, rockets were launched from southern Lebanon towards Mount Dov. The IDF post was damaged and there were no casualties. The IDF responded with an artillery strike and destroying a Hezbollah tent built on Israeli territory. An attempt by Hezbollah terrorists to rebuild the store was stopped by a warning shot.
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IDF forces attacked launch sites and a terrorist cell in Lebanese territory
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Re: War of iron swords.
« Reply #1 on: November 14, 2023, 12:47:21 PM »
Compared to actual anti-Jewish groups like Hamas, it is obvious that Azov couldn't care less about Jews.
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