Today, Saturday, the number of residential buildings destroyed by the recent Israeli aggression in the Gaza Strip rose to 19.
The Anadolu Agency, quoting its correspondent in the Strip, said that the occupation planes destroyed two houses in the town of Jabalia, in the northern Gaza Strip.
The agency’s correspondent stated that the bombing completely destroyed the two houses, caused great damage to the neighboring areas, and cut off the electricity supply.
No injuries were reported among the citizens as a result of targeting the two houses.
The Zionist enemy’s fighters targeted at least 8 residential buildings in separate areas of the Gaza Strip, and the Palestinian resistance responded to these raids by firing rocket barrages at Israeli cities and towns.
Since dawn on Tuesday, Israeli enemy planes have carried out attacks on Gaza, killing 33 Palestinians, including 6 children and 3 women, and 6 leaders of the “Al-Quds Brigades,” the military wing of the “Islamic Jihad” movement, in addition to injuring 147 others with various injuries, while the resistance factions began to respond with bursts of fire. Missiles reached Tel Aviv and several cities in the center of the country.
Regional and international parties are making efforts to stop the Israeli escalation in Gaza, but they have not yet achieved a breakthrough towards calm, especially with the occupation government led by Benjamin Netanyahu announcing, on Friday, the continuation of the military operation “as long as necessary.”