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The Foreign Ministry issued a statement on the Israeli army airstrikes on various points in the Gaza Strip.
“We strongly condemn Israel’s attacks on Gaza, in which many innocent people, including children, have lost their lives,” the ministry said.
In the statement of the Foreign Ministry, “Israel is primarily responsible for events reaching this level in the Palestinian territories,” he said.
The Israeli army carried out airstrikes on various parts of the besieged Gaza Strip.
Israeli military fighter jets targeted a position belonging to the Izzeddin Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, and farmland in northern Gaza.
Fighter jets bombed three locations, including an empty house, in the town of Han Yunus, south of Gaza. Some agricultural land has also been affected in the city.
There was no loss of life as the house where the attack took place was empty.
A point close to civilians was also targeted in the town of Beit Hanun, in northern Gaza. No statement has been made as to whether there was any loss of life in the attacks.
The Israeli army has also announced that sirens have started sounding in the south of the country.
In a statement by the military, it was said that the Israeli Air Force recently targeted a cell that was attempting to launch a rocket from the Gaza Strip.
In the statement, it was noted that an airstrike had also been carried out against the Hamas-owned intelligence center.
The army had previously announced that more than 200 rockets had been fired from Gaza and 130 targets belonging to Hamas had been attacked.
The Izzeddin Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, also announced that “a massive rocket attack has been carried out” on the town of Askalan.
It was reported that during the attacks carried out by Israel on Gaza on the night of May 10, the number of martyrs rose to 24 and the number of injured to 103. Gaza’s health ministry announced that 9 of the martyred Palestinians were children.
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