Israeli occupation warplanes bombed separate areas in the Gaza Strip, Monday morning, targeting government headquarters, homes, factories, and agricultural lands.
In the early hours of this morning, the bombing targeted the Ansar government compound with several missiles, for the second time in a row, after it was bombed several hours ago.
The occupation warplanes bombed agricultural land next to the Al-Mashtal Hotel, west of Gaza City, with several missiles, and a house for the Abu Sharkh family, in the Al-Falouja area in the northern Gaza Strip.
The occupation warplanes destroyed the businessman’s palace, Abdulaziz Al-Khalidi, opposite the Al-Mathaf Hotel on Al-Sudania Beach northwest of Gaza City, shortly after it was targeted by reconnaissance planes, and no injuries were reported.
An artillery shell targeted the (FOMCO) sponge factory in the northern Gaza Strip, and the factory caught fire. Civil defense crews are still trying to control the fire, while no injuries were reported.
The warplanes bombed a house for the Abu Raya family in Jabalia refugee camp, and destroyed another home for the Al-Haddad family, in the Al-Shujaiya neighborhood, east of Gaza City.
The occupation artillery fired shells towards the Tal al-Dahab area, west of the town of Beit Lahiya, and the vicinity of the American School, north of the town, and smoke was seen rising from the place.
The reconnaissance planes targeted the vicinity of the Jerusalem site, northwest of Khan Yunis, and the home of the journalist colleague, Muhammad Al-Masry, with at least three missiles, in the town of Beit Lahia, in the northern Gaza Strip.