Israeli occupation warplanes target a site in the southern Gaza Strip... and the resistance is responding

Israeli occupation aircraft targeted, on Tuesday morning, a site belonging to the Palestinian resistance in the southern Gaza Strip. 

Al-Aqsa Radio reported that several raids were launched by the occupation warplanes on the Al-Qadisiyah site of the Palestinian resistance, west of Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip. No injuries were reported
For its part, the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, announced that its air defenses responded at 01:35 in the morning, Tuesday, to the hostile Israeli warplanes in the sky of the Gaza Strip with surface-to-air missiles.

In turn, he said, “The Israeli army spokesman explained that, “army warplanes attacked a Hamas site in the southern Gaza Strip, in response to a missile being fired at the cover settlements.

As for the Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper, it said: “The Israeli army’s response to the firing of rockets at the Gaza Strip ended earlier, and the Gaza Strip did not report any casualties in the attack.”
It is worth noting that the Israeli occupation promised a harsh response after a rocket was launched from the Gaza Strip towards the cover. 

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