Israeli Airstrike Targets Gaza

An Israeli warplane has conducted an airstrike on the southern Gaza Strip, but there have been no reports of casualties or damage so far, Press TV reports.
An Israeli F-16 fighter jet fired a missile at a target in the southern town of Rafah on Tuesday. It was not immediately clear what the Israeli jet was aiming at.
On November 14, the French consul in Gaza and his 13-year-old daughter were injured in an Israeli airstrike on the Palestinian territory.
On the same day, another Israeli airstrike on a Hamas naval base in northern Gaza killed one Palestinian and injured four people.
Israel has been launching regular airstrikes on the Gaza Strip since the end of its December 2008-January 2009 war on the Palestinian territory.
The 22-day war left over 1,400 Palestinians dead and injured thousands more.

The three weeks of unrelenting aerial, land, and sea strikes also destroyed thousands of civilian and government buildings and devastated much of Gaza’s infrastructure.
(Press TV)

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