Israeli military jet (archive image from Twitter)

Israeli warplanes, early Wednesday morning, fired missiles at farmland near Khan Younis city, in the southern Gaza Strip, according to Palestinian WAFA News Agency correspondent.

He confirmed that an Israeli reconnaissance plane fired two rockets at a plot of farm land, situated to the east of Khuza‘a town, east of Khan Younis. The same site was targeted with three missiles fired by an Israeli warplane, which caused destruction of the site and damages to homes in the area.

No human casualties were reported.

The Israeli military has led numerous offensives on the Gaza Strip, beginning on 10 August, in addition to the Israeli occupation’s decision to stop all fuel from entering the strip, causing the electricity plant to stop functioning, making an already difficult situation intolerable.

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