Palestinian medical sources in the Gaza Strip reported on Thursday morning that six Palestinians, including one teacher, were killed in three separate Israeli air strikes that targeted several areas in the Gaza Strip; several residents were injured. Medical sources in Gaza reported that three Palestinians were killed in Jabalia town, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip, after the Israeli Air Force targeted a group of fighters with several shells. Two other fighters were killed in a separate shelling in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.

The five were identified as Mohammad Al Matouf, Saed Nabhan, Jouda Nabhan, Hammouda Al Shorafa and Ahmad Abu Hmeid.

One teacher was also killed in Beit Hanoun, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip after the Israeli army launched a surface-to-surface missile at an area adjacent to the Agricultural College in the city. The resident killed teaches at the college; five residents were injured in the attack, two of them students.

Eyewitnesses reported that soldiers stationed at the borders, east of Gaza City, fired one missile at a group of residents who gathered near the college.  

Three other residents, including one woman, were injured on Wednesday night in two separate strikes in Khan Younis and Al Nusseirat refugee camp.

The Israeli army also shelled a blacksmiths workshop in the Coastal Road leading to Al Nusseirat refugee camp, one man and his son were injured.