Israeli soldiers fired, on Friday at night, many missiles into many areas in the besieged Gaza Strip, wounding four two women, one of them pregnant, and two children, in several parts of the Gaza Strip.
The Israeli missiles struck many homes in northern Gaza, in central Gaza, and in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, media sources confirmed.
Medical sources said Israeli missiles struck farmlands, and a few homes, in Beit Hanoun, in northern Gaza, causing excessive damage, and wounding two women, including one who is pregnant.
They added that a child, only three years of age, suffered wounds to her head and face, when the soldiers fired missiles into farmlands, east of the al-Boreij refugee camp, in central Gaza.
Another child, eleven years of age, was also injured when the soldiers fired more missiles into al-Boreij.
Furthermore, Israeli drones fired missiles into farmlands east of al-Boreij, and an observation post run by a resistance group and a security post, in Beit Lahia, in northern Gaza.
Families that had to leave their homes during the bombing said that they were just trying to save themselves, to save their children, after the Israeli missiles struck their homes, and areas near them, and had to run not even knowing where to, as more missiles and shells continued to be fire by the army.
The Israeli army said it attacked Gaza in retaliation to flammable balloons that were reportedly flown from the coastal region, causing 21 fires during the day, Friday.
(Source / 15.08.2020)