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Military experts and analysts agreed that the messages of the Palestinian resistance, represented by the speeches of Abu Obeida, spokesman for the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), and the announced operations, reflect clear confidence in its capabilities and ability, and the ability to impose its conditions in the negotiation process to reach a deal with the Israeli occupation.

Abu Obeida had said in the last recorded speech on Monday evening, that the Qassam fighters destroyed 60 Israeli military vehicles during the past 72 hours, and likely Israel bombarded its forces on the ground, thinking that a number of its soldiers were captured, revealing the implementation of qualitative operations and the infliction of many occupation soldiers between dead and wounded.

Ayman Youssef, professor of political science at Arab American University, found in the speech of the Qassam spokesman, "high and tremendous confidence" that appeared through his tone of voice and his numbers, details and data, which showed clear comfort in the transition between tactics and strategy, and reflected outstanding performance on the ground, and a surprise for the enemy with qualitative operations.

Speaking at the analytical stand on Al Jazeera, he said, "Gaza... What's next", that the strategy of the resistance intensifies with time, and he expected that its achievements will increase if the Israeli occupation forces penetrate further, especially in the Zaytoun area, which is known to be one of the important strongholds of the Palestinian resistance, and that it will inflict great losses on them.

Clear message

In Abu Obeida's speech, the political science professor also considered a clear message that the resistance has what enables it to impose its conditions on the negotiating table on a truce deal, a ceasefire and the exchange of prisoners, in light of the escalation of talk about approaching reaching it, and that the Israeli and American vision will not be the determinant of this deal.

Dr. Ayman Youssef believes that there is a clear harmony between the tactical and strategic field of resistance on the ground, and the political track in the context of negotiations, and that the popular incubator aspect was not overlooked, as Abu Obeida's speech contained a message in support of their steadfastness and steadfastness in the face of brutal Israeli aggression.

Military expert Fayez al-Duwairi said the performance of the resistance and what appeared in Abu Obeida's speech indicates that the resistance sends a message that it is not in the position of dictating any agreement or deal, in light of its ability to withstand and inflict losses on its enemy, and that it is determined to reach a deal that meets its conditions and aspirations.

He pointed out that the places mentioned by Abu Obeida in his speech are areas invaded by the occupation forces since the beginning of the ground operation in the Gaza Strip, and therefore this confirms that there are no areas that have completed their control so far, in light of the continued clashes and the ability of the resistance to carry out operations there.

An important development

Abu Obeida's talk about a large group (25 fighters) carrying out an operation is a worthwhile development, given that the majority of operations were carried out through small groups (3 to 5 elements), which reveals a high ability to manage the battle and confirms that its threads are still in the hands of the resistance.

Al-Duwairi predicted that the next phase will witness an increase in the implementation of selective and qualitative operations by the resistance deep inside the Israeli presence, and the continuation of confrontational battles.

Regarding the impact of Abu Obeida's speeches on the people of Gaza, Yasser Abu Bahin, a political analyst from the Gaza Strip, confirmed that they have become an essential part of the follow-up of the people of the Gaza Strip to the course of events, despite the difficulty of this in light of the deteriorating humanitarian conditions, because of their moral and psychological dimension.

In this context, he pointed out that the displaced in hospitals and schools and those who remained in their homes are keen to listen to the speech despite the power and internet cuts, and are seeking to achieve this through the means available to them.

Source : Al Jazeera