Israeli air force carried, on Tuesday at dawn, several strikes against areas in the northern part of the Gaza Strip, damage was reported; dozens of residents suffered shock.

An Israeli military source reported, on Tuesday, that the Israeli air force renewed its attacks against Palestinian targets in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.
Israeli online daily Ynentnews reported that army helicopters attacked a building in Gaza city after claming that it serves as the headquarters for the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, the military wing of Fateh movement.
Army claims that the building is used as a workshop to manufacture Qassam homemade shells.
Also, the air-force attacked another building which belongs to the brigades in Beit Lahia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip; army claims that the building serves as “recruitment center”.
Soldiers fired one missile at a bridge in Beit Hanoun after claiming that it is used for Qassam launching pads; the army attacked six more routes later on.
Meanwhile, Israeli army officials the “improved weather conditions” would allow the army to escalate its attacks in the Gaza Strip. Army intends to target roads and infrastructure in Gaza, in addition to carrying assassinations against “Qassam launchers and manufacturers”, according to an Israeli military official.
Earlier on Tuesday at dawn, Israeli planes dropped leaflets in areas in the northern part of the Gaza Strip demanding the residents to leave their homes. This is part of the Israeli plan to create an isolated zone in that area.
Meanwhile, Palestinian security sources reported that Israeli war jets fired at least nine missiles at empty areas near Beit Hanoun, and Beit Lahia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.
Also, one missile was fired at a Fateh headquarter, in Beit Lahia, causing damage, no injuries were reported.
Another missile was fired at a Fateh headquarter in the center of Gaza City.
Recently, Israeli Defense Minister, Shaul Mofaz, instructed the army to target the Palestinian fighters responsible for firing homemade shells at Israeli settlements and military camps.