Israel launches air raids on Gaza Strip

Israeli air raids on Gaza come after Palestinians in besieged enclave despatched incendiary balloons into southern Israel.

The Israeli air pressure launched air raids on the Gaza Strip early on Wednesday after Palestinians within the besieged enclave despatched incendiary balloons into southern Israel, Israel’s army and witnesses in Gaza stated.

In a press release, the Israeli military stated it attacked Hamas compounds and that it was “ready for all scenarios, including renewed fighting in the face of continued terrorist acts emanating from Gaza”. It added that the raids have been a response to the launching of the balloons, which the Israeli fireplace brigade reported prompted 20 fires in open fields in communities near the Gaza border.

It was not instantly clear if there have been casualties in Gaza because of the bombings.

Palestinian sources advised the AFP information company that the raids focused no less than one web site east of the southern metropolis of Khan Younes. A Hamas spokesman, confirming the Israeli assaults, advised the Reuters information company that Palestinians would proceed to pursue their “brave resistance and defend their rights and sacred sites” in Jerusalem.

The air raids mark the primary main flare-up between Israel and Gaza since a ceasefire on May 21 ended Israel’s 11-day assault on the territory, which killed 256 Palestinians, together with 66 youngsters, based on Gaza authorities. Twelve folks in Israel have been additionally killed by rockets fired from the enclave.

They are also the primary raids on Gaza since a brand new Israeli coalition authorities, headed by right-wing nationalist Naftali Bennett, took over throughout the weekend, ending Benjamin Netanyahu’s 12-year run as prime minister.

The new authorities on Monday accepted a “provocative” march by Israeli far-right nationalists and pro-settler teams by occupied East Jerusalem.

Hundreds of Palestinians in Gaza protested in opposition to Tuesday’s so-called “March of the Flags“, which marks the anniversary of Israel’s 1967 occupation of the town’s japanese half.

The rally got here as tensions stay excessive over Israel’s deliberate pressured displacement of Palestinian households from the neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah.

In advance of the march, Israeli police forcibly eliminated dozens of Palestinians from outdoors the Old City’s Damascus Gate. At least 17 Palestinians have been arrested and 33 others have been wounded as Israeli police fired stun grenades within the surrounding areas of Damascus Gate.

Hundreds of Jewish ultranationalists collaborating within the march have been heard chanting “Death to Arabs” in Hebrew. In one other anti-Palestinian chant, they yelled, “May your village burn.”


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