Israeli Occupation Army: Israeli Confidence Shattered After Operation Al-Aqsa Deluge

The commander of the Internal Front Command in the Israeli occupation army, Ravi Milo, admitted today that the Israeli society has lost trust in the army, stating, "The Israelis' trust in the army has been broken."

This comes after the footage released by the Islamic Resistance Movement, Hamas, following the "Operation Al-Aqsa Deluge," where a large number of Israeli occupation soldiers were captured, and dozens of them were killed.

In a statement issued on Thursday, Milo added, "We realize that the Israeli army has entered a potentially long-lasting war, possibly lasting for at least a month. This prompted the occupation army to call up dozens of reserve units, and a large number of citizens were evacuated from settlements and 24 towns in the Gaza Strip vicinity."

Milo revealed the settlers' loss of personal security as a result of what happened to the Israeli occupation army, emphasizing that the government has not yet made a decision regarding a ground invasion of the Gaza Strip.

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