Israeli airstrikes on Gaza last night

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Israeli warplanes struck Hamas positions near Khan Yunis in the Gaza Strip late Monday night.

No casualties were reported in the airstrikes, according to the Al-Arabiya news website. An Israeli army spokesman claimed that rockets were being made at Khan Yunis.

The Israeli military has blamed Hamas for setting the Israeli state on fire.

Military spokesman Afikhai Idrai added in his tweet that Israeli attacks also targeted a military complex in Khan Younis.

According to the Palestinian News Agency, Israeli warplanes fired two missiles at a place west of Khan Yunis, which caused a fire and damaged civilian property, but no one was injured.

According to the Palestinian news agency Shehab, Israeli warplanes have fired several missiles at the al-Qadisiyah area west of the city of Khan Yunis.

It should be noted that the 11-day war between Hamas and Israel took place in May, which was the worst war between the two sides.


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