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Iraqi fighters hit several Israeli military bases, Leviathan gas platform

Frame grab from an undated video showing a drone strike by Iraq's Islamic Resistance against a target lying in the occupied Palestinian territories

Iraq’s Islamic Resistance, an umbrella group of anti-terror fighters, has announced striking several Israeli targets in its latest round of pro-Palestinian operations.

In early Tuesday, the coalition released a statement, saying it had struck the “Speer military site” in the occupied territories, “using drones.”

Earlier, it had reported attacking three Israeli military bases in the occupied Palestinian territories and Syria’s Tel Aviv-occupied Golan Heights, as well as the Leviathan gas platform in the Mediterranean Sea off the coast of occupied Palestine.

The operations, the group said, came “in support of our people in Gaza, and in response to the massacres committed by the usurping entity against Palestinian civilians, including children, women, and the elderly.”

The coalition was referring to the Israeli regime’s October-present war against the Gaza Strip.

Nearly 35,000 Palestinians, mostly women and children, have been killed so far as a result of the war that the regime began following a retaliatory operation by Gaza’s resistance groups.

On Monday, the Iraqi resistance said it had targeted two Israeli military bases in the occupied territories with drones.

Staging its most daring attack since the onset of the Israeli war on Gaza, the coalition carried out a series of strikes, including against the regime’s spy agency of Mossad’s "Glilot" intelligence center in Tel Aviv on Friday, using advanced “al-Aqrab” cruise missiles.

Using the same type of projectile, the group also targeted the "Abraham" intelligence headquarters in the city of Beersheba in the southern part of the occupied territories.

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