The Israeli air force launched early Tuesday air strikes in the Gaza Strip while Palestinian factions retaliated with bombing Israeli towns with missile showers.
The air strikes at dawn targeted a vacant house in Gaza near the dairy factory in Al-Karama neighborhood and another house near the Italian cluster west of Gaza.
The Israeli army also issued an ultimatum to all journalists to vacate the building next to Al-Manara news agency in anticipation of targeting it. Israeli fires also reached Mount Al-Rayes area east of the strip, and several agricultural plots near Tal al-Zaatar, Al-Kharandar and Al-Touam, north of Gaza.
Israeli airplanes renewed it’s targeting of a governmental building in Al-Katiba square in Gaza City while Kahil building facing the Islamic University was ordered to be evacuated.
In retaliation to the Israeli attacks Al-Qassam Brigades shelled an Israeli settlement and sirens were heard all around town, according to Russia Today. – Sawt Beirut International