Daily Sabah – Israeli warplanes struck the Palestinian enclave Gaza Strip late Thursday for the second time since an Egyptian-brokered cease-fire ended 11 days of heavy fighting between Tel Aviv and Palestinian resistance group Hamas.
The air raids targeted sites belonging to Hamas in the Gaza Strip. Warplanes bombed a site in the town of Beit Lahia and another site in Khan Yunis. The Palestinian Health Ministry did not announce any injuries as a result of the bombings. According to Anadolu Agency (AA) earlier Thursday, Israel conveyed a message to Hamas that if the launching of incendiary balloons from the Gaza Strip does not stop, there will be new military action.
“Over the past day, arson balloons were launched from the Gaza Strip into Israeli territory,” the Israeli military said in a statement. “In response … fighter jets struck military compounds and a rocket launch site belonging to Hamas.”
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