Israeli warplanes carried a series of raids against several targets sites in Rafah, Khan Younis, Maghazi camp, Bureij Camp and Sabra neighborhood across Gaza Strip.
According to witnesses in Khan Younis, Israeli warplanes carried out three raids on targets in the liberated zones in Khan Younis governorate, including “Asdaa” media city which Al-Aqsa channel airs from, and owned by Hamas, in Khan Younis.
In Gaza City, the raids targeted "Dalloul" cheese and dairy factory in Al-Sabra neighborhood which led to its full destruction, and ended damaging several houses surrounding it.
The aircraft also fired two missiles at a police station at the entrance of Nusseirat refugee camp and a workshop for Alnarouti family in Zawaida area near the telecommunications company on Salah El-Din Street in the central governorate, without causing any injuries.
Dr. Muawiya Hassanein, director of ambulance and emergency sector confirmed that there were no casualties among the citizens at first but then Dr. Hassanein said that 3 children were injured in their faces from the debris, in addition to huge material damage.
He also assured that a rescue work plan within the contingency for any new war is put, and that proliferation of ambulances distribution throughout the sector has taken place in anticipation of any new development.
all governorates of the Gaza Strip circled experienced an extensive presence of all kinds of Israeli war air crafts in the skies, which foreshadows a new Israeli attacks on Gaza and Israel has said that a rocket fired from the Gaza Strip towards the western Negev and landed in the Hof Ashkelon, without a successor injuries or damage.
Israeli aircraft dropped late last night precautionary statements (warning leaflets) on different areas of the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel.
Eyewitnesses told us that they were thrown in the central region of the Gaza Strip and east of Bureij camp, in addition to the east of Khan Yunis, responding to the operation that led to the killing and wounding a number of Israeli soldiers last Friday.
According to the text of the statement, a picture of a rose and a child showed with this written: "Wait a reply tomorrow."
Source: The Palestine Telegraph
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