Israeli Warplanes Fire Missiles into the Southern Gaza Strip

Israeli military jets and drones fired rockets, late Monday night, at two sites in the southern besieged Gaza Strip, causing damage but no injuries, Quds Press reported.

Military jets fired four rockets at Palestinian lands located west of Khan Younis in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, while unmanned aerial vehicles fired two missiles at the Al-Qadisiyah site in the same area.

It added that the Palestinian resistance groups in Gaza fired anti-aircraft missiles at the attacking warplanes, but no damage was reported.

🛑 Occupation warplanes target the vicinity of Al-Qadisiyah site, west of Khan Yunis governorate in #Gaza
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🛑 طائرات الاحتلال تستهدف محيط موقع القادسية غرب محافظة خانيونس..

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In the same context, the Israeli army, on Monday evening, alleged that the ‘Iron Dome’ defense system deflected a ‘rocket-propelled grenade’ which they claim was fired from the Gaza Strip, Quds Press reported.

Quds Press

It added that Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip cautioned that they “will not remain silent if the red lines are crossed,” in reference to the incursions of illegal Israeli settlers into the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the attacks on worshipers.

On Monday, Israeli forces opened fire with live rounds and tear gas canisters at Palestinian shepherds and farmers east of Khan Younis, in the southern Gaza Strip, the Palestinian News & Information Agency WAFA reported.

Correspondent for WAFA stated that Israeli soldiers fired at farmers east of Abasan town , and shepherds east of Khuza’a town, east of Khan Younis, forcing them off their lands.

In related news, Israeli bulldozers infiltrated Palestinian agricultural lands east of the town of Beit Hanoun, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip, Quds Press reported.

Correspondent for Quds Press stated that at least ten armored bulldozers performed razing operations on Palestinian farmlands east of Beit Hanoun.

Photo: Quds Press

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