Two Hamas commanders killed in strikes, IDF says

Emanuel (Mannie) Fabian is The Times of Israel's military correspondent

The Israel Defense Forces says it has killed two more Hamas commanders in Gaza, among dozens of other targets struck in the Strip over the past day.

According to the IDF, Muhammad Awdallah, the head of the anti-tank guided missile array in Hamas’s Gaza City Brigade, and Akram Hijazi, a Hamas naval forces commander, were targeted following intelligence efforts by the Shin Bet security agency and Military Intelligence Directorate.

The military publishes footage of the recent strikes.

The IDF says it also struck Hamas command centers, staging grounds, anti-tank guided missile and rocket launch sites, as well as military infrastructure, some of which contained tunnels.

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