Israeli warplanes attacked, on Wednesday night, different areas in the besieged Gaza Strip, causing property damage but no injuries, Quds Press reported.
Additionally, occupation Navy ships fired many artillery shells at the al-Sudaniya shore northwest of Gaza City in the northern coastal enclave.
Late Wednesday night, Israeli warplanes fired at least a dozen missiles at the Issa Al-Batran site in the Al-Bureij refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip, and Israeli tanks were reported to have fired artillery shells in the vicinity.
Israeli fighter jets also fired at least four missiles at the Obaida site in the Zeitoun neighborhood in Gaza City in the north.
Palestinian resistance factions responded to the occupation assault by firing ground-based anti-aircraft missiles at the attacking aircraft.
The Palestinian News & Information Agency (WAFA) reported that the occupation air force fired at least two missiles at lands located to the west of the Nusseirat refugee camp in central Gaza, causing severe damage to the site and civilian homes. No injuries were reported.
Israeli tanks, situated across the border fence fired artillery shells into land located east of Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip.
Israeli media claimed that six Israelis were injured in southern Israel, by a rocket allegedly fired from the besieged Gaza Strip Quds Press reported.
It added that the Hebrew website 0404 reported that rockets from Gaza struck a residential area in the Sderot colony in southern Israel (the Palestinian lands occupied in 1948).
The Hebrew media claimed that medical crews provided intervention for six Israeli settlers, four of whom were transferred to hospital, while the other two sustained minor injuries and were treated at the scene.