Israeli warplanes have carried out airstrikes on two sites in the Gaza Strip.
Israeli jets fired five missiles in the early hours of Saturday morning, and local sources say the missiles landed near the tunnel area along the Egyptian border, which is located near the Rafah airport, the Press TV correspondent in Gaza reported.
There are no reports yet on any damage or casualties.
Israeli jets also conducted another airstrike east of Gaza City, the sources added.
On Wednesday, Israeli jets fired two rockets at an unused airport near Rafah, injuring about 15 Palestinians. Some of the injured are in critical condition.
The blockaded territory of Gaza relies on tunnels dug under its border with Egypt as a lifeline for basic necessities like food and fuel.
Over 130 Palestinians have died in cave-ins and Israeli attacks on the tunnels.