Gaza (QNN)- Israeli warplanes on the early morning of Wednesday struck several locations in the Gaza strip, claiming that they are sites of Hamas.
Israeli airplanes targeted Ein Jalout site in western Khan Younes in addition to an empty agricultural land in eastern Zaitoun neighborhood and other targets in Rafah.
Spokesperson for the Israeli army declared that Israeli warplanes targeted locations, which he described as “terrorist sites of Hamas”.
He claimed that other locations in southern Gaza were targeted under the pretext of being used to make “combat equipment”.
The Israeli army claimed the strikes were in response to missiles fired from the strip earlier on Tuesday.
The Israeli strikes were met with land-based anti-aircraft fire from the resistance, which caused warning sirens to wail in Asqalan and surrounding Israeli settlements.