Hamas: Bombing Gaza Failed to Divide Palestinians
After the Israeli raids last night on the Gaza Strip, Hamas spokesman Hazem Qassem says that the raids are a failed attempt to stop the solidarity of the Palestinian people.
Hamas spokesman, Hazem Qassem, considered that the Israeli raids last night on the Gaza Strip were a failed attempt to stop the Palestinian people's solidarity and resistance with occupied Jerusalem.
The Israeli planes bombed several resistance sites in Gaza, and the occupation army claimed that the raids were a response to the launch of balloons from the Gaza Strip, which caused fires in the adjacent settlements.
Israeli media reported that the bombing caused material damage in the targeted areas, but no injuries were reported.
In Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, the occupation warplanes bombed the Yarmouk site in the Ma'an area, east of the governorate, with two missiles, after targeting it with three missiles from reconnaissance planes, leaving great material damage in the place, but no injuries were reported.
لحظة قصف طيران الاحتلال موقعاً للـمـقـاومة جنوب مدينة غزة. pic.twitter.com/DZLVJcbSPg— Newpress | نيو برس (@NewpressPs) June 15, 2021
Yesterday, Tuesday, mass rallies were launched in various areas of the Gaza Strip, to condemn the Israeli "flags march" in occupied Jerusalem.
Al-Mayadeen correspondent reported confrontations between the Palestinians and settlers at Bet El and that the occupation forces fired tear gas canisters at the Palestinians.