Palestinian medical sources reported that eleven Palestinians were wounded, Thursday, in Gaza, after the Israeli army conducted several aerial attacks, and attempted to assassinate a resistance fighter. Damage was reported to several homes. The Israeli army fired a missile at a vehicle driven by a senior fighter of the Palestine Eagles Brigades, an armed group formed in Gaza in 2008. The missile hit the vehicle on the side causing damage and wounding two passengers and two bystanders.

Earlier in the day, a worker was wounded in Beit Lahia, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip, after Israeli soldiers opened fire at him. The worker was wounded in his thigh; his injuries were described as mild.

The army carried out two other air strikes targeting farmlands in al-Zeitoun neighborhood and Juhr Ad Deek, in Eastern Gaza; no injuries were reported.