April 14: ‘Axis of Resistance’ operations against Israeli occupation

By Press TV Website Staff

Amid Israel’s genocidal war on Gaza, which has killed nearly 33,800 Palestinians so far, including more than 16,000 children, resistance groups in Palestine and across the region continue their operations against the Tel Aviv regime and its Western backers.

The major operations carried out by the Palestinian and regional resistance groups on Sunday, April 14, are as follows:

Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades’ operations on April 14:
(Gaza Strip and West Bank)

  • Bombed a gathering of Israeli soldiers and their military vehicles stationed on the battlefront north of Nusseirat with a barrage of heavy mortar shells.
  • Engaged in fierce clashes with Israeli forces north of the city of Ramallah in the occupied West Bank, using machine guns, resulting in multiple casualties.
  • Targeted the settlement of “Beit Hefer” from different ends with appropriate weapons.

Al-Quds Brigades’ operations on April 14:
(Gaza Strip)

  • Bombed the command and control headquarters of the Israeli military in the Sheikh Ali Abu Madyan area in the vicinity of Palestine University, north of Nusseirat, with a barrage of heavy-caliber mortar shells.

Al-Asifah Forces’ operations on April 14:
(West Bank)

  • Targeted Israeli soldiers at a checkpoint near the village of Sinjil, north of the occupied city of Ramallah, resulting in an injury to an Israeli border guard.

Martyr Omar Al-Qasim Forces’ operations on April 14:
(Gaza Strip)

  • Targeted Israeli kibbutz "Kfar Azza" in southern occupied territories with a barrage of short-range rockets

Hezbollah’s operations on April 14:

  • At around 00:35 local time, the air and missile defense headquarters in the Keila barracks in Syria's Golan were targeted with dozens of Katyusha rockets.
  • At around 04:30 local time, Nafeh, Werden, and Kila military sites in Syria's Golan were targeted with dozens of Katyusha rockets.

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