Israeli fighter jets bomb Hamas terror targets in response to a rocket attack from Gaza
BREAKING: Israeli fighter jets bombed Hamas terror targets in Gaza after two rockets launched by Muslim terrorists towards southern Israel.
Initial reports of an explosion near Khan Younis.
The IDF reportedly targeted three Hamas terror posts north and south of Khan Younis in southern Gaza.
Unconfirmed reports of a Muslim terrorist injured following a strike in Dir al-Balah.
Arabs report a new round of strikes.
Muslim terrorists are currently firing machine-gun fire towards IDF aircraft.
IDF confirms the striking of an underground infrastructure and weapons manufacturing site.
“Earlier tonight, a rocket and explosive balloons were launched from Gaza into Israel. In response, IDF aircraft just struck Hamas targets in Gaza, including a weapons manufacturing site and underground infrastructure”, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit tweeted.
Two rockets were fired earlier tonight by Muslim terrorists in Gaza towards southern Israel.
Code Red rocket alert sirens sounded in Kissufim.
“Following reports regarding sirens that sounded a few minutes ago, one projectile was fired from Gaza into Israeli territory”, the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit said.
Following a situational assessment earlier today, the IDF decided to deploy troops from the elite Maglan and Egoz commando units to boost force presence in Judea-Samaria and Gaza division.
Hamas terror group chief Ismail Haniyeh spoke today with Iranian parliament chairman Ali Larijani to coordinate terror attacks in response to President Trump’s peace plan.
Muslim terrorists rioted today throughout the Arab neighborhoods of Jerusalem, Judea-Samaria and along the Gaza border.