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Israel Deploys World’s Toughest All-Female ‘Cheetah Battalion’ On Secret Op In Heart Of Gaza To Hunt For Hamas’S Leaders

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Israel has deployed a battalion of elite female fighters for a special mission in Gaza, breaking barriers and paving the way for more female involvement in the IDF.

The female soldiers are playing crucial roles in combat and intelligence, and their successes are reshaping attitudes towards women in the military.

The IDF’s actions in Gaza are part of a larger effort to combat Hamas, amid a worsening humanitarian crisis. (Trending: Tucker Carlson Reveals ‘Secret’ Project He’s Been Working On For Months)

Despite the challenges, the female combat units have proven their capabilities, challenging stereotypes and making significant contributions to the battlefield.

“We are fighters alongside men and in cooperation with special units,” Major Shira said.

“This is a high point, another glass ceiling that has been shattered.”

“We have been through hundreds of violent smuggling, and shooting is not a foreign thing to us, and still, entering Gaza is different,” she said.

“What’s more, we have a responsibility. A petition to return all female fighters home. I am very proud of them, they simply give their souls.”

She added, “When the fighting started, we did things that had never been seen before in the battalion.”

“We arrived from the Egyptian sector to Gaza, which is an area of ​​more than 200 km.”

“It’s crazy. A large force of the battalion arrived at Holit to help, evacuate the wounded and fight.”

“At the beginning we captured a line of defense in the envelope, this has not happened before.”

“This is one of the most frightening, exciting and significant events. In the end when you enter it is a battlefield,” added Captain Panina.

“You see, hear and smell everything. October 7 was a turning point, everything we have experienced since then is complex.”

“The feelings are mixed, there is no one in the country who has not lost someone or been injured.”

“It seems that the discussions and controversies that have been heard on the subject until today are similar to the facts on the ground.”

“The reactions are exciting and moving, there is a lot of interest.”

“There were always raised eyebrows, and now a little less,” Major Shira said.

“We see that the attitude is changing, we pass through the settlements and see the citizens’ perspective.”

“We receive a lot of feedback about the professionalism, and our truth is that it feels natural, especially in the field.”

“We breathe the mission and the operationality.”

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