On Thursday morning, Israeli warplanes shelled two locations targeting what the Israeli military claimed were sites used by Palestinian fighters in the Gaza Strip to fire projectiles across the border into Israel, Israeli sources claimed. The air strike targeted a tunnel allegedly used by Palestinian fighters in north of the Gaza Strip as a training compound, the Bethlehem-based Palestine News Network (PNN) reported Thursday morning.
An Israeli army spokesperson said that the targets were identified and attacked in accordance with Israeli military regulations.
Prior to Thursday’s airstrikes, on Wednesday, four Palestinian homemade shells were fired into the Western Negev. No injuries were reported.