Israel bombs Hamas terror group TV station, Parliament building, house of Hamas leader in Gaza
After more than 400 rockets fired by Muslim terrorists from Gaza at Israeli civilians in southern Israel, IAF warplanes bombed the studios of Hamas’s television station in Gaza on Monday.
There was no immediate word of casualties in the air strike on Al-Aqsa Television, which totally destroyed the premises in Gaza City and damaged nearby buildings.
Many local residents had fled after Israel phoned in calls to evacuate and launched at least five non-exploding missiles nearby as warnings, witnesses said.
WATCH: Israeli fighter jets strike Hamas’ Al-Aqsa TV station in Gaza – Over 200 rockets were launched by Muslim terrorists from Gaza towards civilians in southern Israel. In response, the IDF is targeting Hamas and Islamic Jihad infrastructures. https://t.co/VPxBYWgSjH pic.twitter.com/rif1kBIMuF
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Al-Aqsa Television, which systematically incites terrorism and is named after the mosque in Jerusalem, said it would resume broadcasts soon.
The house of senior Hamas terrorist Ahmad Bahar and the Parliament building have been shelled following ‘roof knock’ warning strikes.