Israeli media admit that four Givati ​​Brigade soldiers were killed

“Israel” admits to killing four Givati ​​Brigade soldiers who died on Monday during the ongoing fighting in the Gaza Strip.

  • Israeli soldiers from the Givati ​​Brigade attend the funeral of Sgt.  Yonatan Elias, who was killed in action in the Gaza Strip, at the Mount Herzl military cemetery in his hometown of occupied al-Quds, May 31, 2024 (AP)
    Israeli occupation soldiers from the Givati ​​Brigade attend the funeral of Sgt. Yonatan Elias, who died during the battles in the Gaza Strip on May 31, 2024 (AP)

Israeli media reported on Tuesday that four Givati ​​Brigade soldiers were killed in fighting in the southern Gaza Strip.

On Monday, Israeli media reported that the killed soldiers were company commander Major Tal Pshbilsky Shaulov, Sergeant Eitan Carlsbrun, Sergeant Almog Shalom and Sergeant Yair Levin.

The Israeli occupation army announced that six other Israeli soldiers were wounded in Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, and five of them were in a serious condition.

The deaths of the four soldiers bring the total death toll among the occupation forces since the beginning of the war to 650 officers and soldiers, including 294 since the start of the ground invasion of Gaza on October 27, 2023.

Following an operation carried out on Monday by the al-Qassam Brigades in the Shaboura camp in the Gaza Strip city of Rafah, Israeli media reported that four Israeli occupation soldiers were killed and 18 others wounded in a building blown up by the resistance movement. injured.

Israeli authorities face local accusations of covering up more deaths and injuries in the army’s ranks.

The occupiers’ admission of deaths and injuries suffered as a result of shelling by the Palestinian resistance movement comes in an atmosphere of strict military censorship. Clips documenting the resistance’s objectives, published by its military media, indicate that Israeli losses in men and equipment are much greater than officially announced.

According to Israeli media reports, the large number of soldiers who died fighting the Palestinian resistance movement is equal to the size of a brigade of the occupation army.

Israel continues to acknowledge the extent of its losses as the Palestinian resistance engages in fierce clashes with the occupation forces in the Gaza Strip. Additionally, the losses inflicted on the occupation ranks by the Lebanon Support Front, as well as the fronts in Iraq, Yemen and Syria, underscore the broader challenges facing the occupation forces.