After the Israeli army killed 20 civilians in Beit Hannoun on
Wednesday morning, Palestinian resistance retaliated by firing homemade shells at
Israeli targets near the Gaza Strip.


At first, several homemade shells were fired at the Sofa border crossing east of the Gaza strip, the shells that were fried by fighters from the Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DLFP) landed and detonated near the crossing.

Meanwhile fighters of the Al Aqsa brigades, the armed wing of Fateh, along with a group of fighters from the DLFP claimed responsibility for firing five homemade shells at the Israeli negev town of Sderot.

Another group from the Al Aqsa brigades stated that its fighters fired homemade shell at a military air field east of Abassan area near Gaza city.

The group stated that its fighters planted a road-side homemade bomb that targeted an Israeli tank, in the northern part of the Gaza strip, and damaged it.

All resistance groups in Gaza vowed to continue resisting the Israeli occupation forces working in the Gaza strip and promised the Israeli army to a very hard responice to the crimes the Israeli troops did in Beit Hannoun.

The military opration in Beit Hannoun on Wednesday claimed the lives of 20 residents, including children,  and left scores injured. The military opration came less then 12 hours after the Israeli army said that it ended its six day invasion to Beit Hannoun that claimed the life of 65 residents and left 90 wounded.