Palestinian sources reported that the Israeli Air Force fired, on Thursday at dawn, one missile into a building in Sheikh Radwan neighborhood, north of Gaza City.The sources added that the targeted building and several nearby homes sustained considerable damages, no injuries were reported.

The army claims that the building is used by resistance fighters, while local residents said that the area is residential and has no training centers for resistance groups.

On Wednesday, the army bombarded several areas in the Gaza Strip leading to considerable damages to several homes.

Also on Wednesday, the Israeli Air Force fired missiles into Beit Lahia town, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip causing damage to a number of buildings, while several children suffered anxiety attacks.

The army also carried out a limited invasion into Rafah, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip.

Palestinian resistance groups fired over the last two days several shells into adjacent Israeli areas. Armed groups said that the attacks come in retaliation to Israel’s ongoing aggression against the Gaza Strip.

On Sunday, October 7, a Palestinian man was killed by an Israeli shell and another resident who was with him was wounded. They were killed in a targeted assassination; eight civilian bystanders, including four children and one woman, were injured.