Al-Qassam Brigades: Our Israeli Prisoners Reach 250, with 22 Losing Their Lives Due to Israeli Bombardment

Abu Ubaida, the spokesperson for Al-Qassam Brigades, stated that there are between 200 to 250 Israeli prisoners in the Gaza Strip, clarifying that 22 of them lost their lives due to the Israeli bombardment on the enclave.

In a recorded video, he added that "the enemy resorted to an aggressive and brutal aggression against our people instead of facing the fighters on the battlefield."

He continued, "The Israeli enemy did not anticipate that an Arab force besieged in Gaza would deliver the harshest blow in its history."

Abu Ubaida also mentioned, "The occupation's threat of a ground aggression against our people does not intimidate us, as we are prepared for it."

This revelation sheds light on the significant number of Israeli captives held by Al-Qassam Brigades in Gaza. The loss of 22 lives among them serves as a stark reminder of the gravity of the conflict in the region. Abu Ubaida's statements underscore the determination and readiness of Al-Qassam Brigades in the face of any further escalation. Their resilience in the midst of adversity exemplifies the enduring spirit of the Palestinian people.

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