'Israel' Bombs Resistance Site, Agricultural Land in Gaza
Israeli occupation aircraft launched raids on several regions of Gaza, and the resistance responds by intercepting said raids via surface-to-air missiles.
The Israeli occupation launched night-time air raids on several regions of the Gaza strip.
Al Mayadeen correspondent reported that the Israeli occupation launched at least one rocket at an agricultural land in Al Karama, north of the Strip. The Israeli occupation aircraft also bombed a resistance site east Khan Yunis for the second time in a row, using four rockets.
In turn, the Palestinian resistance responded by intercepting the Israeli aircraft using its SAM anti-aircraft systems.
Israeli media reported that fire was opened from the Gaza Strip, leading to several bullets hitting the "Nirlat" paint factory in "Nir Oz."
وسائل إعلام عبرية: أعيرة نارية أطلقت من غزة الليلة الماضية أصابت مصنع "نيرلاط" للدهانات في "نير عوز" pic.twitter.com/Xf2C6zGfqV— وكالة شهاب للأنباء (@ShehabAgency) July 26, 2021
Hamas spokesman Hazem Qassem said, "The Israeli occupation bombing the Gaza Strip is a failed attempt at demonstrating its helpless force and at restoring its image that was tarnished by the Seif Al-Quds battle."
قصف العدو الصهيوني لقطاع غزة محاولة فاشلة لاستعراض قوته العاجزة، ولترميم صورة جيشه التي هزتها معركة سيف القدس.— حازم قاسم (@hazemaq) July 25, 2021
هذا القصف لن يوقف مقاومتنا لاسترداد حقوق شعبنا بأرضه ومقدساته، وسنواصل نضالنا المشروع لانتزاع حقنا بالعيش بحرية وكرامة فوق ارضنا الفلسطينية.
"The Israeli occupation's bombing will not foil our resistance to regain the Palestinian people's rights to their land and sanctities," Qassem added.
Moreover, the Israeli occupation had launched two raids targeting a resistance site south of Gaza earlier this month.
And in June, an Israeli reconnaissance aircraft launched four missiles at a resistance site in the north of the Gaza Strip.
These attacks come more than two months after the cease-fire between the Palestinian resistance factions in Gaza and the Israeli occupation forces came into effect, following an 11-day-long military aggression on the strip.