Israeli army bombs targets in southern Gaza
Israeli warplanes and tanks at dawn Tuesday bombed different areas in Rafah and Khan Yunis in the southern area of the Gaza Strip.
Local sources told the Palestinian Information Center’s reporter that Israeli warplanes fired two missiles at a Palestinian agricultural land east of Rafah City.
At the same time in Khan Yunis, Israeli tanks stationed at the borderline opened fire at two observation posts east of Khan Yunis City.
No injuries were reported in the attacks, but the buildings neighboring the bombed targets suffered partial damages.
The Israeli occupation army issued a statement saying that the attacks came in response to fire balloons launched from the Gaza Strip towards adjacent Israeli settlements.
The Israeli military has been bombing the Gaza Strip on a daily basis since 10 August, making matters worse in the besieged enclave amid exacerbation in the coronavirus and electricity crises.
Source: The Palestinian Information Center