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Israel strikes infrastructure in Gaza Strip


The Israeli Army claims that the alleged mortar attacks they suffered were made by militants of the Palestinian resistance group, Hamas.

Israel strikes infrastructure in Gaza Strip

Smoke and flames are seen following what Palestinian witnesses said was an Israeli air strike in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip July 10, 2014.

After having registered mortar shots against the Israeli border, Air forces of this country carried out a series of attacks against Rafah locality in Gaza Strip.

Israeli Air forces started on Wednesday a series of airstrikes in different locations of Rafah in Gaza Strip in response to mortar attacks against the Israeli border zone.

According to a military release, Israeli attacks hit five infrastructures in the cited area. Also, witnesses claimed that the airstrikes affected a zone near Rafah’s airport where there are big material losses, but fortunately, no victims have been reported.

The Israeli army claim claims that the alleged mortar attacks they suffered were made by militants of the Islamic Palestinian resistance movement, Hamas.

The spokesman of Hamas, Mushir al-Masri compelled Israel to stop using any excuse for attacking Gaza and also, constrained the regime to abandon the occupied territories in the Palestinian coast rapidly; otherwise they’ll have to face a consistent response.

Al- Masri claimed that the escalation of the airstrikes in Gaza is Israel’s responsibility and warned that nation against fooling the patience of the militants of the Palestinian resistance.

Israel has promoted the policy of building housing and industrial facilities in occupied territories in Palestine alleging safety and religious reasons.

Israel occupied the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip in the 6-Day War in 1967.

Nowadays, about a 59% of the West Bank is officially under civil and police control of Israel. Another 29% is under Palestinian civil control. The rest of the territory is ruled by the Palestinian National Authority.

Written By Lisbeth Mechter



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