Israeli Air Force Bombs Several Positions Of Hamas Movement In Gaza Strip (Video)

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Israeli Air Force Bombs Several Positions Of Hamas Movement In Gaza Strip (Video)

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On December 14, the Israeli Air Force conducted three airstrikes on positions of the Palestinian Hamas Movement in the Gaza Strip. According to the Israeli Army the airstrikes were a response to three rocket that had been fired from Gaza on Israeli settlements north of it.

Palestinian sources said that the Israeli airstrikes targeted the Qurish command post and the Naval Police headquarters in northwestern Gaza Strip. Moreover, Israeli attack helicopters targeted the Navy command post west of the city of Deir al-Balah in the center of Gaza and the intelligence towers northwest of Gaza with several missiles, according to the Palestine News Agency (Wafa).

On December 13, Palestinian militants fired three rockets from Gaza on Israeli settlements north of it. The Israeli Army said that the Iron Dome anti-rocket system intercepted two rockets, while the third landed in in an open area in the Eshkol settlement.

As usual, the Israeli Army held Hamas Movement the responsibility for the attack, and even said that Hamas is responsible for the “the poverty, destruction, and despair amongst the citizens of the Gaza Strip”.

According to Palestinian activists, these were the heaviest Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip since the 2014 Gaza war. The tension in Gaza between Israel and the Hamas movement have been on the raise since US President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

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