Israeli planes target resistance sites in the Gaza Strip
Israeli occupation warplanes target Palestinian resistance sites in Khan Yunis and the northern Gaza Strip.
Al Mayadeen's correspondent reported that Israeli occupation warplanes launched violent raids on Monday on Palestinian resistance sites.
Our correspondent confirmed that the Israeli raid targeted a resistance site east of Al-Qarara in the Khan Yunis governorate and another site in Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip.
Local media reported that the Israeli occupation aircraft targeted several missiles at the "Badr" site, which belongs to the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas, west of the Gaza Strip.
Israeli media indicated that the raids on Gaza are in response to the resistance missile that targeted the Israeli "Nahal Oz" military site two days ago.
مشاهد جديدة لقصف الاحتلال هذه الليلة على #غزة pic.twitter.com/3eZd62XItV— الحـكـيم (@Hakeam_ps) February 13, 2023
For its part, the National Resistance Brigades, the military wing of the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP), announced that it had bombed the settlements surrounding the Gaza Strip with a number of missiles at dawn today.
Hamas spokesperson Hazem Qassem said that the Israeli bombing of Gaza and aggression against Nablus and Al-Quds, "confirms the aggression against our people."
He saluted the Al-Qassam Brigades fighters, "who retaliated against the Zionist enemy's raids on the Gaza Strip, and confused the occupation army."
This comes after a Palestinian child was killed, and two others were wounded on Sunday by Israeli occupation forces (IOF) gunfire during their storming of the Jenin refugee camp amid violent confrontations that took place between the IOF and the Jenin Brigade.
The Ministry of Health stated that 14-year-old Qusai Radwan Waked died of severe wounds he sustained after Israeli occupation forces shot him in the abdomen.
Thus, the death toll of Palestinians killed by Israeli occupation gunfire has risen to 44, including 10 children and an elderly woman, since the beginning of this year.