30 days after the Al-Aqsa flood… outstanding performance by the resistance and new weapons

The resistance, prepared for confrontation with the entity, continued to be creative in its military performance and continues to deliver painful strikes deep into the entity.

One of the important weapons in the resistance’s arsenal is targeting occupied cities and inflicting deep losses on the enemy. This has become clear and is still continuing, as the resistance succeeded in striking Tel Aviv with non-stop bombardment.

Resistance missiles reached occupied Jerusalem and inflicted heavy losses on the enemy. They also disabled Ben Gurion Airport and put it out of service for many days of the war.

Occupied Ashkelon was one of the areas on which the resistance imposed a fire cordon due to continued bombing. Other successes were achieved by the resistance by striking occupied Eilat with long-range missiles.

As for the Gaza envelope and the enemy’s concentration areas, they are areas that have come under the crosshairs of the resistance’s fire, with its various formations, through bombardment with short-range rockets and shells targeting the enemy brigades stationed on the outskirts of Gaza.

While the enemy continues to live in shock due to the success of the resistance men in striking deep within the entity, despite the volume of fire falling on Gaza and the ground incursion, due to the resistance’s creativity in concealing its men and missiles.

The resistance’s performance in bombing the occupied cities did not come in isolation from the remarkable military performance carried out by the resistance inside Gaza in confronting the occupation vehicles penetrating the Strip and uncovering weapons that had recently entered service and made a difference in the course of the battle and caused serious damage to Israeli vehicles and armor.

“Al-Yassin 105” shells

These are locally made missiles that made a difference in targeting enemy armored vehicles. They are anti-armor missiles with a tandem warhead and have a penetration capacity of 60 centimeters through steel.

According to experts, the first explosion of the shell creates a hole in the outer layer of the target, penetrating the armor, followed by a larger explosive charge that exploits the gap to discharge its full energy inside the armored vehicle or tank.

” TBG ” shells

The name ” TBG ” missiles was mentioned in the statements of the Al -Qassam Brigades , to target concentrations of soldiers and columns of tanks penetrating the Gaza Strip. They are the first missiles of their kind in the world, and are intended for launch from the Russian RPG-7 launcher.

Torpedo “Storpedo”

The Al-Qassam Brigades announced the entry of the “Al-Asif” torpedo weapon into service during the Battle of Al-Aqsa Flood, which is a home-made, self-driving underwater drone.

The Al-Qassam Brigades also used the “Metabar 1” missile , which is a locally made surface-to-air missile, used to confront helicopters, and contains explosives that explode near their targets.

As for the “Rajum System,” which the Qassam Brigades brought into service, it is a locally-made, short-range 114 mm rocket system that is launched through a launcher containing 15 nozzles, which means that the resistance can launch 15 rockets at once.

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