Israeli airstrike on the Gaza Strip

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Tensions have mounted in the region after protests by hundreds of Palestinians gathered on the border between Gaza and Israel.

As the Israeli army announced that it had sent reinforcements to the Gaza border, it became known that the Palestinian resistance groups were going on high alert.

Hours after Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz announced they would respond to the shooting of an Israeli soldier during the border protests yesterday, the IDF launched an airstrike on the Gaza Strip.

According to AA’s correspondent in the region, explosions took place at several different locations in Gaza after the attack.

According to Palestinian media, it was said that the Nuseyrat area in the central areas of Gaza and the Shati refugee camp in the coastal area were among the affected places.

The sound of Israeli unmanned aerial vehicles flying over the Gaza Strip for nearly two hours continues to be heard throughout the region.

Last night, 41 Palestinians and an Israeli soldier were injured during protests on the border of the blockade of the Gaza Strip on the 52nd anniversary of the burning of Masjid al-Aqsa by a Jewish fanatic in 1969.

On August 19, the Israeli army decided to increase its forces on the Gaza border.

Dennis Michael Rohan, an Australian-born fanatic, entered Al-Aqsa Mosque on August 21, 1969 and burned the 1,000-year-old Qibla Mosque altar and Saladin’s pulpit.

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