DUBAI, November 29. /TASS/. Nasser Abu Sharif, a representative of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad to Iran, has said militants attacking Israel were able to seize servers containing Israeli intelligence data and bring them to the Gaza Strip.
"As part of the operation, the resistance succeeded in bringing some servers of the Israeli intelligence service to the Gaza Strip," he was quoted as saying by Iran's ISNA news agency.
According to Abu Sharif, one of the servers contained "a lot of names of spies, even spies inside the Islamic Republic."
The situation in the Middle East sharply escalated following an incursion of Hamas militants from the Gaza Strip into Israel on October 7, accompanied by killings of residents of Israeli settlements near the border and taking hostages, including children, women and elderly people. Hamas has cast the attack as a response to Israeli actions against the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. Israel has declared a complete siege of the Gaza Strip and started a military operation there. Israel also strikes parts of Lebanon and Syria in retaliation for bombardments originating from these countries. Clashes are also taking place in the West Bank.