Israel Continues to Bomb Gaza, Kills Two Palestinian Teenagers

Two Palestinian teens were killed by Israel in Gaza. (Photo via Days of Palestine)

Two Palestinian teenagers were found dead in the southern area of the besieged Gaza Strip, following two waves of Israeli air raids.

The two bodies of the two 17-year-old boys were retrieved in the city of Rafah on Sunday morning, Ashraf al-Qudra, spokesman for Gaza’s health ministry, confirmed.

At least two other Palestinians have been wounded, one of whom is in critical condition, and are currently treated in a medical facility in Rafah.

In the past 24 hours, Israel said it had targeted 18 Hamas positions, in response to an “improvised explosive” device that detonated near the border with Israel early on Saturday, wounding four Israeli soldiers.

According to the Israeli army, six “large-scale attacks” were carried out on Hamas positions, including a tunnel that extends from Gaza to Israel.

Attacks that followed targeted positions in the town of Beit Hanoun, Rafah, Deir el-Balah, and Khan Younis in the southern part of the strip – on what Israeli media described as Hamas military installations.

“The Palestinian resistance will not turn its back on protecting Palestinian people and will continue to do defend it and confront enemy aggression,” the movement governing the Gaza Strip said on Saturday night.

The encounter is the biggest of its kind since 2014, when Israel waged an assault on the strip that lasted for 51 days.

More than 2,250 Palestinians, including nearly 1,500 civilians, were killed and a further 11,000 were wounded in the July-August 2014 assault.

(Aljazeera, PC, Social Media)

1 Comment

  1. It’s discouraging, no matter how many of the grunting subhuman goyim we kill, there are always more of them afterward than there were before. That glorious vision of a goyimrein Jewish state just seems to recede before us like a mirage. Sigh.

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