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IDF spokesman Avichay Adraee said in a statement on his Twitter account that warplanes had hit points belonging to Hamas in response to rockets fired from Gaza into Israel.
Adraee said the points targeted included a structure used for firing machine guns, a training center, a weapons depot and a military building with cement used for building tunnels.
According to information received from eyewitnesses, Israeli warplanes carried out airstrikes on 3 points in northern Gaza, the town of Deir al-Balah in the center and Han Yunus in the south.
No statement was made as to whether there were any casualties in the attack. Israel announced last night that a rocket fired from Gaza had been destroyed.
The head of the Qatar Gaza Reconstruction Committee, Mohammed al-Imadi, announced on September 6 that an agreement had been reached to restore calm in the Gaza Strip after the protests under the name “Night Turmoil”.
Simultaneously with its attacks on Gaza in May, Israel also blocked the entry of essential humanitarian supplies. This situation at border posts has not improved despite the ceasefire.
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Palestinian youth, who call themselves the “Night Mayhem Unit”, have been burning car tires and throwing sound bombs at border strips in various regions for a week at late hours to protest the blockade and disrupt Jewish settlements and settlements. Israeli soldiers.
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