Israeli regime fighter jets and artillery launch new attacks on targets of Palestinian factions in Gaza, causing material damage.
Early this Friday, Israeli warplanes and artillery bombed an area in the Juhr al-Dik area, east of Gaza City.
Israeli fighters have fired two missiles at agricultural land near the Al-Zaitun neighborhood in eastern Gaza.
In addition, they have targeted a vacant lot in the vicinity of the Gaza International Airport, in the city of Rafah, located in the south of the enclave and near the border with Egypt. This multiple Israeli attack comes after the regime of Tel Aviv alleged that, the day before, a rocket was fired from the Palestinian coastal enclave into an area in the south of the occupied territories.
Israeli forces frequently attack Gaza, under all kinds of pretexts. The Zionist regime’s army has admitted in its recent annual statistics report to hitting 300 targets in the Gaza Strip in 2020 alone.
Meanwhile, the Palestinian Resistance movements have vowed to further enhance their capabilities in the fight against the occupation regime.
HAMAS shows its military capabilities with missile fire
Likewise, the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (HAMAS) has attributed the attacks on Gaza to attempts by the Tel Aviv regime to divert public opinion from its deep internal crisis.