Israeli Navy Captures Deputy Commander Of Hamas Naval Forces In Gaza

The Israel Defense Forces (abbreviated the IDF) have detained Muhammad Abu Ghali, the deputy commander of the Hamas Naval Forces based in Gaza.

The information was shared by The Times of Israel, which cited a statement from the IDF. It has also been observed that he was detained by the Naval Special Operations unit of the IDF dubbed “Shayetet 13.”

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At present, no detail regarding the detention has been shared.

Besides, the military has also reported shooting down a terrorist from Palestine who infiltrated Israel from the Gaza sector and targeted three rocket launchers with the help of a naval vessel.

References: The Times Of Israel, The Odessa Journal

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