Israeli Jets Hit South Gaza Again

Israeli warplanes have once again struck the southern part of the Gaza Strip overnight, the military says.

Palestinian witnesses and Israeli military sources said Monday that an Israeli aircraft hit a tunnel on the Rafah border with Egypt, AFP reported.

The witnesses said no one was injured in the attack.

The army said the attack came in response to a rocket fire from the Gaza Strip.

The military launched a new series of attacks on the strip as tensions run high over the regime’s settlement activities in East Jerusalem (al-Quds).

Its warplanes bombed several sites including a disused airport in southern Gaza Strip late Friday night, leaving more than 14 people injured.

(Press TV)

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