The Zionist army launched a number of Zionist airstrikes early on Thursday in the Gaza Strip, leaving at least ten Palestinians injured.
The Zionist army launched a number of Zionist airstrikes early on Thursday in the Gaza Strip, leaving at least ten Palestinians injured, including a 68-year-old woman.
"The ten sustained medium and light injuries," Health Ministry spokesman Ashraf al-Qodrah said.
One of the airstrikes targeted a military site of Saraya al-Quds Brigades, the armed wing of Islamic Jihad, in Beit Lahia town in northern Gaza and wounded two Palestinian females, while another hit Beit Lahia leaving five injured, according to medical sources and eyewitnesses.
Zionist drones fired three missiles into a farmland in northern Gaza City, injuring two Palestinians and causing damage to nearby houses.
A 17-year-old Palestinian was also injured in a Zionist attack on a military site belonging to Hamas' Ezzeddin al-Qassam Brigades in northern Gaza City.
The enemy fighter jets also attacked two military sites belonging to Hamas' Ezzeddin al-Qassam Brigades in the northern town of Beitu Hanoun and Rafah in southern Gaza.
The entity stepped up its attacks on the Gaza Strip since three Zionist settlers claimed missing from a West Bank settlement on June 12, but bodies were found later on Monday.
Zionist Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Gaza-based resistance faction Hamas of having kidnapped them, but the latter strongly denied any knowledge of the abduction and the subsequent murder of the three.
"Hamas had no involvement in the death of the three Israeli settlers," spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said in a statement.