These images reportedly show Hamas militants destroying Israeli military vehicles at close range in Gaza.
The footage shows Hamas militants firing rockets and grenades at Israeli military vehicles.
The video also appears to show Hamas militants detonating an IED and destroying an Israeli war machine.
The images were obtained from Hamas on Wednesday, 13th December, along with a statement saying: “Scenes of the Al-Qassam Brigades targeting vehicles and invading soldiers in the Zaytoun neighbourhood east of Gaza City.”
We have not been able to independently verify the claims or the footage.
The Israel-Hamas war is now entering its 68th day, after the deadliest attack on Israel by Hamas on 7th October left 1,200 Israelis dead.
At least 18,608 Palestinians have been killed after Israel retaliated with airstrikes on Gaza and a ground invasion.
Ismail Haniyeh, the Chairman of Hamas’ political branch, has said that any post-war plan for Gaza that does not include the militant Palestinian organisation is a “delusion”.
In a speech on Wednesday, he said: “Any arrangement in Gaza or in the Palestinian cause without Hamas or the resistance factions is a delusion.”
The comments were made after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he would not allow “the entry into Gaza of those who … support terrorism and finance terrorism.”
Haniyeh said he was open for discussions to end the bloodshed and to put “the Palestinian house in order both in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.”
He also said that he was ready for discussions that could allow a “political path that secures the right of the Palestinian people to their independent state with Jerusalem as its capital.”
A pro-Palestinian group calling themselves “Anonymous Jo” temporarily hacked into the Israeli army’s website on Wednesday, defacing the homepage and warning of further attacks against Israeli military forces.
The group said that the Israeli military’s “arrogance and injustice toward our people in Gaza will only harm you through terror, killing and war, whether by land, air or electronically”.
It also called for the “liberation of Palestine”.
A poll carried out by the Palestinian Centre for Policy and Survey Research has found that support for Hamas has risen among Palestinians since the beginning of the latest conflict on 7th October.
Today, on Thursday, Israeli forces were continuing to bombard Gaza.
An Israeli strike in Rafah today killed 24 people, according to Hamas media.