Israeli warplanes and helicopters overnight Tuesday attacked 15 terrorist targets in the northern Gaza Strip, including a military compound belonging to Hamas in Beit Hanoun, a military compound of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad in Beit Lahiya, a number of compounds belonging to Hamas in Shati, Beit Hanoun, Sajaiya and elsewhere in the Gaza Strip, the IDF reported.
Military compounds were attacked, as well as tunnels used to transport weapons, military posts and rocket launching posts.
The terrorist targets included a Hamas headquarters building, the Hamas Internal Security Ministry, the office of Hamas chief Ismail Haniyeh, and additional targets at a military compound belonging to the Hamas terrorist group in Dir al-Balah, in the central Gaza Strip.
In addition, fighter jets attacked a five-story building located in the Rimal neighborhood of the northern Gaza Strip. The building was used by Hamas’ Ministry of Public Security, a central government asset that serves the military wing of Hamas.
As of 10 PM Monday, about 30 launchings from the Gaza Strip towards Israel were identified. Iron Dome systems intercepted a number of them, and the vast majority of non-intercepted launches fell in open areas.