IOF uses suicide warplanes on Gaza recent war
Israeli occupation soldiers admitted on Tuesday night that they had used a suicide plane known as a "Quad-Capter" in recent operations inside the Gaza Strip, particularly in the military operation that took place in May.
According to a Channel 13 report, Israeli planes flew extensively over Gaza, carrying out suicide strikes, some of which were against Hamas missile launchers.
According to the source, IOF Chief of Staff Aviv Kohavi ordered an increase in attack helicopter production rate as part of preparations for the upcoming war and to deal with the missile danger.
Previous reports discussed the occupation's use of these planes in the Gaza Strip, where they assassinated a group of resistance fighters and exploded within resistance locations.