Wednesday 19 June 2024

Iraqi resistance targets electricity generation station in Tel Aviv

The Islamic Resistance in Iraq has said its fighters have launched a new attack against Israeli targets in the occupied territories in support of the Palestinian people in Gaza.

The Iraqi umbrella group of anti-terror groups said in a statement published on its Telegram channel on Thursday that it carried out a drone attack electricity generation station in Tel Aviv.


 “The Mujahideen of the Islamic Resistance in Iraq targeted, at dawn today, Thursday, 3/21/2024, by a Kamikaze drone, the electricity generation station in Tel Aviv in occupied territories,” the statement said.


“We will continue to destroy enemy strongholds in completion of the second phase of operations to resist the occupation, and to support our people in Gaza, and in response to the Zionist massacres against defenseless Palestinian civilians.”


The Islamic Resistance in Iraq on Wednesday said its fighters attacked Ben Gurion Airport twice in one week using drones.


The resistance confirmed the attack against Israel which waged a genocidal war against the people of Gaza.


“The fighters of the Islamic Resistance in Iraq, at dawn today, Tuesday, 20-3-2024, targeted Ben-Gurion airport in the Zionist depth using drones,” the resistance statement said.


In response to the Israeli massacres against innocent Palestinian civilians, the second phase of the Resistance's operations has started which include the enforcement of a blockade on Israeli maritime navigation in the Mediterranean and putting Israeli ports out of service.


The Resistance also attacked the same airport on March 12 using drones.


The Islamic Resistance in Iraq says it will continue its attacks on Israeli targets until the regime stops its genocide in Gaza.


It has also struck major American military bases in Syria and Iraq amid anger over the US support for Israel’s onslaught on Gaza.


Zionist regime has waged a genocidal war on the Gaza Strip since Oct. 7.


Nearly 32,000 Palestinians, mostly women and children, have since been martyred in Gaza, and more than 74,000 injured.


The regime has also imposed a “complete siege” on the territory, cutting off fuel, electricity, food and water to the Palestinians living there.


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