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IDF attack in Gaza City

Israeli warplanes and helicopters bombed dozens of targets in the Gaza Strip early Friday, a few hours after two rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip at metropolitan Tel Aviv.

According to the IDF, the two rockets were launched by Hamas.


Ma’an reported a series of violent explosions that rocked Gaza city as Israeli helicopters fired four missiles at the Hamas naval post near the new port west of Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip. Three rockets were launched at naval post in the Al Waha area, northwest of Gaza City. Two rockets hit the naval post west of Beit Lahia, and five rockets at another naval post nearby.

Two Arabs were wounded in the attack at the al-Shashin outpost in Rafah. Ma’an reported that all security posts in the Gaza Strip had been evacuated after two rockets at Tel Aviv had been fired from Gaza. All Arab terror groups denied responsibility for the rockets.

According to the IDF Spokesperson, among the terrorist targets hit overnight were the offices of the Hamas headquarters in the Rimal neighborhood in central Gaza City responsible for directing Hamas terrorist operatives in Judea and Samaria. The Judea and Samaria command center directs terrorist attacks and supports the formation of terror infrastructures with money transfers and logistical support for attacks against Israeli citizens.

In addition, the IDF attacked the main, underground rocket production site in the Gaza Strip; and a Hamas military training compound which is used as the center for Hamas’ unmanned drones in the southern Gaza Strip.

A number of underground infrastructures were attacked as well.