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Hamas terrorists seen after surrendering in Jabalya, northern Gaza Strip

Hamas Terrorists Lose Contact with Gaza Leaders, Surrender to IDF

Dozens of Hamas terrorists lost contact with the terror group’s leadership, leaving them with no option but to lay down their weapons and surrender to Israeli forces in the Gaza Strip, the IDF’s radio reported on Sunday morning, December 10.

After images of stripped terrorists in Jabalya and Khan Yunis circulated on social media, reports emerged that the IDF is “identifying changes in Hamas leadership’s conduct.”

A security source said that Hamas’s senior leaders thought to have fled to Khan Yunis in Gaza’s south, “prefer their personal survival over the survival of Hamas’s command and control operations.”

Earlier on Sunday, the US-based Institute for the Study of War assessed in an X thread (former Twitter) that at least seven Hamas battalions have already capitulated in fighting with the IDF. In addition, six battalions are “close to collapse,” the Institute continued. According to the Institute, the collapse of Hamas’s Gaza City and northern brigades could signal the fall of the northern Strip to Israeli forces.

Further, the IDF struck over 250 terror targets in ground, aerial, and naval operations across the Strip over the past 24 hours, the IDF said on Sunday morning. Israeli forces carried out a raid on a southern Gaza mosque after Israeli Air Force fighter jets struck a Hamas military communications site located near the mosque. (JPost / VFI News)

“God, we thank You for Your help in the many achievements of our military forces against terrorism. We pray that they will continue to eliminate all terrorists who wish to wreak havoc in Israel. May You guide them in protecting our citizens and restoring peace in our country.”