The Palestinian Prime Minister Isma'el Haniyeh stated on Saturday that Israeli aggression against the Gaza Strip expresses the political, security and moral dilemma that Israel is living in, stressing that any military campaign would fail due to the strong resistance and determination of the Palestinian people.

Haniyeh stated: "The bombing campaign against the Gaza Strip, including the attack on the positions of executive force, guards of the Prime Minister, money exchange shops, economic infrastructure, and the abduction of ministers and deputies and the heads and members of municipal and local councils, reflects the political impasse, security and moral dilemma experienced by the entity of Israel."

The Palestinian PM added, "We emphasize that this campaign would fail in front of the strong resistance and power of the people.”

Early this morning, Israeli army helicopters fired two rockets at a guard post located near the resident of the Prime Minister in Al Shati refugee camp, west of Gaza city.

Later during the day, Israeli war planes fired missiles at several targets in the Gaza strip, leaving at least Palestinians dead and scores more injured.

Translated by: Ghassan Bannoura – IMEMC News