“Israel” targeted civilian buildings in the latest aggression on Gaza

Gaza (QNN) – At least 10 Palestinians were injured due to the Israeli aggression on Gaza Strip on Monday.

The Israeli occupation warplanes launched at least 50 air strikes last night, targeting residential and government buildings, resistance sites, and agricultural lands located in different areas in the besieged Strip.

Five civilian buildings were bombed, according to a statement by the government’s media office. These buildings are: Al-Moltazim Insurance Company, office of head of Hamas’ political bureau, Hassouna residential building, al-Naser residential building, and a driving school.

The Israeli warplanes also targeted nine resistance sites in the Strip, in addition to Khan Younis seaport, southern Gaza Strip.

The Israeli air forces bombed at least 20 agricultural lands.

In spite of the mutual calm in Gaza and the occupied territories after the announcement of an Egypt-brokered ceasefire, the Israeli jet fighters, naval forces, and war tanks bombed several targets in the besieged enclave on Tuesday morning.

The Israeli attacks on Monday come in the aftermath of a rocket fired from Gaza at northern Tel Aviv in the occupied Palestinian territories Monday morning.

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