A young Palestinian man and a child, also Palestinian, were injured on Sunday morning by 3 Israeli air force strikes across the Gaza Strip, Ma’an reported.
An Israeli military spokesperson said the attacks came after a homemade shell fired from the Gaza Strip landed in the Western Negev.
The Israeli air strike in the northern Gaza Strip hit a motorcyclist on Saftawi Street near Jabalia, injuring the driver and a passerby.
Two other air strikes in central and southern Gaza Strip left no reported injuries.
A spokesman for the Gaza ministry of health told reporters that the motorcyclist was a 22-year-old man who was evacuated to Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City after he sustained serious injuries from the Israeli attack.
Al-Qidra added that a 12-year-old boy was taken to Hospital in Jabalia, and that doctors said he suffered moderate wounds.
Also on Sunday morning, Israeli air forces bombed two sites in the central and southern Gaza Strip used as training sites for Palestinian terrorists.
A Ma’an reporter quoted eyewitnesses as saying that at least three missiles hit a military training site in the town of Bani Suheila east of Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip.
The site and neighboring civilian houses sustained material damage, but no injuries were reported.
Less than ten minutes later, another Israeli airstrike targeted a training site of the Hamas’ military wing al-Qassam Brigades near Nuseirat refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip.
No injuries were reported in that strike either.