Israeli Warplanes Pound Factory, Buildings in Gaza Strip
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Israeli warplanes pounded a factory and several buildings belonging to Palestinian Hamas resistance movement in the Gaza Strip.
The raids on Saturday night came after the regime’s tanks targeted Hamas positions in the besieged enclave, according to media reports.
There have been no reports of casualties yet.
The Israeli army confirmed the attacks, claiming they were carried out in response to the explosive device that went off next to a border fence.
Earlier in the day, at least one Palestinian man sustained injuries after Israeli battle tanks targeted the eastern part of the Gaza Strip.
The Israeli military frequently bombs the Gaza Strip, with civilians being the main target of such attacks.
On Friday, a Palestinian motorist rammed and killed two Israeli soldiers and wounded two others in the occupied West Bank in retaliation for the regime's ongoing atrocities against the Palestinian nation.
The Tel Aviv’s army said the driver ran over soldiers stationed near the illegal Jewish settlement of Mevo Dotan, west of the Palestinian town of Jenin.
Israel's defense minister later called for executing the attacker and demolishing his family's home.