Palestinian Resistance responds, launches rockets at occupied lands
The Palestinian resistance factions start responding to the Israeli occupation's aggression on Gaza, launching salvoes of rockets toward the occupied territories.
The Palestinian resistance factions have started responding to the Israeli occupation's aggression on the Gaza Strip by launching salvoes of rockets toward the occupied Palestinian territories.
"The Palestinian resistance is launching salvoes of missiles toward the occupied territories," Al Mayadeen's correspondent reported. "The sirens are sounding in the settlements of the Gaza envelope, Yibna, the southern coast of Tel Aviv, Rishon LeZion, and Bat Yam."
The Palestinian resistance "launched a long-range rocket from the northern Gaza Strip toward the occupied territories," our correspondent added.
"Heavy salvoes of rockets are heading toward the regions south of Tel Aviv," Israeli media reported.
"The Palestinian resistance's rockets reached the South of Tel Aviv and the occupation sounds the sirens in Holon," Al Mayadeen's correspondent said.
Israeli media then reported that the Israeli occupation sounded the warning sirens in "Netivot".
The launching of rockets toward the Israeli occupation come in retaliation after Al Mayadeen's correspondent reported that explosions were heard in the Gaza Strip, occupied Palestine. The shelling targeted the Palestine Tower in the center of Gaza city.
Al-Quds Brigades, PIJ's military wing, announced the martyrdom of Taiseer Al-Jaabari, a military commander in the northern Gaza Strip.
Shortly thereafter, all of the Palestinian resistance factions issued statements condemning the Israeli occupation's aggression and its assassination of resistance figures and leaders, as well as solidifying the resistance's unity against the Israeli aggressors.