Israeli soldiers shelled with heavy artillery several areas in Beit Lahia, and Beit Hanoun in the northern part of the Gaza Strip causing damage, no injuries were reported.

A Palestinian security source reported that soldiers based at the northern borders of the Gaza Strip fired, on Friday at dawn, several shells at Abasan Al Kubra town, east of Khan Younis. 
Dozens of residents fled their homes seeking shelter after the army targeted their areas, a local source reported. Ambulances and civil defense teams rushed to the scene to evacuate the residents.
A Palestinian security source reported that soldiers fired ten shells at al Faraheen area, in Abasan Al Kubra town.
On Thursday evening, soldiers also shelled several areas in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.
An Israeli army source claimed that these areas are used by the resistance to fire homemade shells at Israeli areas.
In Khan Younis, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, an Israeli plane fired at least one missile at an armed group in Khaza’a area, no injuries were reported.  
The shelling was carried out shortly after the residents participated at the funeral of Mohammad Al Arqan, one of the leaders of Salah Ed Deen Brigades, the military wing of the Popular Resistance Committees, who was assassinated on Wednesday.