Three Palestinians were killed by massive Israeli tank and artillery fire targeting a group of civilians east of Gaza City according local reports.
According Israel Allegations IOF struck multiple targets throughout the Gaza Strip on Wednesday evening after Palestinians fired at Israeli troops along the border.
According Ashraf al-Qadra a spokesman for the Palestinian Ministry of Health, three citizens were killed after occupation targeting a group of citizens.
The three have been identified as Ahmed Albasus (aged 28), Abada Alfarona (aged 29) and Mohammad Alariar (aged 27).
One Palestinian is said to be in grave condition.
Local sources in Gaza said that IOF targeted seven sites for Hamas cussing the killing of tree Palestinian and wounding at lest 5 others.
The IOF spokesman said that Israeli forces attacked seven Hamas military posts in the Gaza Strip by means of tanks in response to attacks in the southern Gaza
On Tuesday, the Israeli military fired at a group of Palestinians who hurled incendiary balloons towards Israel. The Palestinian Health Ministry in Gaza said that three Palestinians were injured in the attack, one of them gravely.
earlier Tuesday, the IOF fired at a group of Palestinians who hurled incendiary balloons towards Israel.
The Palestinian Health Ministry in Gaza said that three Palestinians were injured in the attack, one of them gravely.
Israeli army Minister Avigdor Lieberman is currently holding a security council meeting with senior IoF officials at the Kirya headquarters in Tel Aviv.
Israeli sources said that one Israeli soldier was slightly injured by gunfire near Kissufim site in the southern Gaza Strip.
Following the escalation yesterday , Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held two security meetings with occupation Minister Avigdor Lieberman, the military chief Gadi Eisenkot, Shin Bet director Nadav Argaman and other senior defense officials.
“If Hamas continues launching rockets, the result will be a lot worse than they think,” Lieberman told the United Nations’ Middle East ambassador, Nickolay Mladenov.