Israeli aircraft bombed Hamas’ Qadisiyah site in Gaza

Late Saturday evening, Israeli helicopters launched an attack on sites belonging to the Palestinian resistance west of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip.

And he heard rumors of bombing in Khan Yunis, where the Al-Arabiya correspondent reported that Israeli warplanes targeted the Hamas-affiliated Qadisiyah site in the southern Gaza Strip with about 12 missiles.

The reporter also reported that Israeli warplanes continue to intermittently bomb some targets in the Gaza Strip.

Local Palestinian sources said resistance anti-aircraft guns fired at warplanes over the Gaza Strip.

Meanwhile, Israeli occupation planes continue to fly over the Gaza Strip.

In response to rocket fire on the Tel Aviv coast

Israeli television reported that the air force bombed a Palestinian faction site west of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip.

The Hebrew Channel 13 reported that the air force bombed targets in the Gaza Strip in response to the launch of missiles on the coast of Tel Aviv.

“Recently, warplanes and helicopters bombed a number of targets in the Hamas missile complex and tanks bombed Hamas military sites on the borders of the Gaza Strip,” the Israeli army spokesman said. in a press release.

The statement added: “The goals and types of goals that have been attacked in response to this morning’s missile bombing from the Gaza Strip to the shores of the Mediterranean, west of the Dan block. “

“The Hamas organization is responsible for what is happening in the Gaza Strip and bears the consequences of the terrorist acts in the Gaza Strip,” the statement said.

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