Israel Launches Airstrikes on Palestine

Israel Launches Airstrikes on Palestine

The Israeli army announced that it carried out air strikes on some targets in the blockaded Gaza Strip. The death of 11 Palestinians, including a child, in the raid carried out by the Israeli forces on the city of Nablus in the occupied West Bank yesterday, increased the tension in the region.

The death of 11 Palestinians, including one child, in the Israeli airstrike on Palestine increased the tension in the region. Later, Gaza responded to this attack.


In a written statement from the Israeli army, it was stated that 6 rockets were launched from the Gaza Strip to the south of Israel, 5 of them were destroyed by air defense systems, and one rocket fell on open ground. It was shared that attack sirens sounded in the cities of Sderot and Ashkelon around the Gaza Strip.


In the second statement, the Israeli army announced that some targets in the Gaza Strip, including the weapons depots allegedly belonging to the Palestinian resistance organization Hamas, were hit by Israeli warplanes in the early hours of the morning. In the statement, it was stated that the attacks were carried out in retaliation for rockets fired at night at Israel. No information was shared on whether there were dead or injured in the blockaded Gaza Strip.

Israel Launches Airstrikes on Palestine

Israel Launches Airstrikes on Palestine


Israeli forces raided the northern West Bank city of Nablus from multiple points on Wednesday morning. Surrounding a house in the historic Old Town of Nablus, Israeli soldiers responded with live bullets to Palestinians protesting the raid and killed 11 Palestinians, including a child. Israeli forces injured more than 100 Palestinians, 6 of them seriously. According to the statement of the Palestinian Ministry of Health, 63 Palestinians have lost their lives in the occupied territories since the beginning of the year as a result of fire opened by the Israeli army and Jewish settlers.

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