Two new Israeli soldiers were killed in fighting in Gaza

Two new Israeli soldiers were killed in fighting in Gaza

On Saturday evening, the Israeli army announced the killing of six of its men, bringing the number of soldiers killed in Gaza since the ground attack to 58.

On Sunday morning, the Israeli occupation army announced that two more soldiers, Captain Roy Pepper and Sergeant Benjamin Meir Erli, were killed during the fighting in the northern Gaza Strip. Capt. (Res.) Roy Pepper, 28, of Tzur Moshe, was a team leader in the Combat Engineering Corps’ Yahalom unit. Sergeant Benjamin Meir Erli, 21, from Beit Shemesh, was a fighter in the 101st Battalion, Parachute Brigade.

The soldiers were killed during fierce fighting in the northern Gaza Strip, bringing the total number of Israeli casualties to 65 since the start of the ground operation, including 58 in the Gaza Strip.

On Saturday evening, the Israeli army announced the killing of six soldiers:

– Sergeant Shlomo Gortovnik (21 years old) from Modiin

– Lieutenant Eden Professor, 21 years old, from Alfei Menashe

– Sergeant Adi Malak Harav, 19 years old, from Beit Jinn

Sergeant Shahar Friedman, 21 years old, from Jerusalem

– Warrant Officer Jamal Abbas, 23 years old

– Staff Sergeant (Reserve) David (Dodi) Digme, 43 years old, from Rishon LeZion.

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