Gaza (QNN) – Israeli occupation’s warplanes this morning attacked several targets for the Palestinian resistance in the besieged Gaza Strip causing heavy damage but no casualties, according to local sources.
Witnesses told QNN that an Israeli reconnaissance plane fired one missile at Salaheddine resistance outpost in the center of the Gaza Strip, followed by four other missiles fired by warplanes destroying the camp and causing fire there.
Israeli fighter jets also attacked with two missiles Malaka resistance outpost, east of Zayton neighborhood, southeast of Gaza City, completely destroying it.
Fighter jets also attacked with missiles a Palestinian resistance outpost north of Beit Lahiya, and another location east of Beit Hanoun, in the north of the Gaza Strip, destroying them in total and causing damage to nearby homes.
No human casualties or injuries were reported in any of the Israeli airstrikes.
The Israeli occupation army claimed the strikes came after a missile was fired from the Gaza Strip and intercepted over the Israeli settlement of Asqalan, in the south of 1948-occupied Palestine.
Following the airstrikes, Israeli media reports said the Palestinian resistance fired heavy machine gunfire at the colonial Israeli settlement of Netiv HaAsara, close to the north border of the Gaza Strip, and that the Israeli occupation army ordered the settler community to stay home to avoid being targeted by the Palestinian resistance.
Last night, the Israeli occupation’s navy attacked Palestinian fishermen sailing in the south and north of the Gaza Strip and forced them to return to shore, according to local sources.
(Source / 18.06.2022)