Israeli reconnaissance aircraft targeted, on Sunday evening, a resistance site east of the Bureij refugee camp, in central Gaza, and another site in the northern besieged Gaza Strip, between Jabalia and Beit Hanoun.
Media sources said that occupation drones (unmanned aerial vehicles) fired at least three missiles at an observation tower, belonging to the Hamas resistance movement, east of the Bureij refugee camp, in the center of Gaza.
Sources added that an Israeli drone bombed another site in the northern Gaza Strip, between Jabalia and Beit Hanoun.
The missiles caused material damage at the sites, but no human casualties were reported.
This is the third consecutive day that Israeli occupation forces have targeted resistance sites in the besieged Gaza Strip.
The Israeli occupation authorities have maintained a 17-year-long blockade on the Gaza Strip, causing a wide-spread humanitarian crisis within the tiny coastal enclave.
On Saturday evening, Israeli forces conducted airstrikes against an observation site east of Gaza City, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip, causing damage but no injuries.
On Friday evening, the Israeli occupation carried out airstrikes and artillery shelling of sites in the eastern regions of Gaza, injuring one Palestinian man, and causing damage.