The Israeli army broadcasts scenes of the evacuation of the dead and wounded of the occupation soldiers in the Gaza Strip (social media)

The Israeli occupation army announced the death of another officer in battles in the northern Gaza Strip, bringing the death toll within 24 hours to 10, including 7 officers, according to what was allowed to be published.

The Israeli military said 39-year-old Sergeant Adi Shani from Tzur Yitzhak (centre), a fighter in the 6036th Logistic Brigade, was killed in a battle in the northern Gaza Strip.

He added that a fighter from the 424th Battalion of the Givati Brigade was seriously wounded during the battle in the northern Gaza Strip. He was taken for medical treatment and his family was informed.

The announced death toll of the Israeli army since Operation Al-Aqsa Flood and the war on Gaza on October 411 has reached <> officers and soldiers.

Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Galant, during a joint press conference on Tuesday evening, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Minister of the War Council Benny Gantz, acknowledged paying "very high prices" since the start of the war on the Gaza Strip on the seventh of last October.

The Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), announced earlier on Wednesday the sniping of 6 Israeli soldiers in an axis east of the city of Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip.

The brigades confirmed in a statement that they counted the total or partial destruction of 23 military vehicles in the fighting axes in the city of Khan Yunis and Beit Lahiya, and they blew up a house where a special force was holed up with a barrel bomb, and they also targeted another force that was holed up in one of the houses with anti-personnel missiles.

Since the seventh of last October, the Israeli army has been waging a devastating war on the Gaza Strip, which has left 16,248 martyrs until Tuesday evening, including 7112,4885 children and 43,616 women, in addition to <>,<> wounded, as well as massive destruction of infrastructure and an "unprecedented humanitarian disaster," according to official Palestinian and UN sources.

Source : Al Jazeera + Agencies