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60 days of war in Gaza. What has the IDF achieved?

The war in Gaza has reached its sixtieth day, surpassing all previous wars between the Arabs and Israel, with the exception of the 1948 war, without the Israeli army, which has the striking force, been able to resolve the war in its favor, but continues to receive one strike after another in the north and south of the Gaza Strip and on the border with Lebanon.
Since the start of the asymmetric war, which Hamas ignited with its first success by using a bomb to the settlements adjacent to the Gaza Strip via land, sea and air, and killed dozens of Israeli soldiers and captured dozens of soldiers and other civilians into Gaza to begin a process of negotiating the whitewashing of prisons and the release of all Palestinian prisoners from their prisons, the Israeli authorities had a different opinion and began a ground operation in Gaza more than a month ago, accompanied by very heavy aerial bombardment that has so far claimed the lives of 16,000 people. 42,000 were injured, and dozens of hospitals were out of service due to the continuous shelling.
The Israeli army has acknowledged that more than 400 soldiers have been killed so far out of the 1,500 Israelis killed since the start of Operation Al-Aqsa Flood on October 7.
The Qassam Brigades also announced the targeting and destruction of about 500 Israeli military vehicles ranging from tanks, bulldozers and personnel carriers, the downing of a number of Sky Lark drones, and the bombardment of Israeli settlements with about 10,000 rockets that caused destruction in most of the areas where they fell.
On the northern front, the Israeli army faces another kind of challenge: the Islamic resistance in Lebanon, which targets every day a number of Israeli positions and forces, causing destruction, deaths and injuries.
After returning from the truce, the Israeli army is trying to start a new military strategy in the Gaza Strip by dividing it into squares that are easy to destroy and control, but it has not been able to advance in any axis after the resumption of military operations, but the Qassam Brigades and the Al-Quds Brigades were able to trap a large number of Israeli vehicles penetrating into the north and south within their range of fire.

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