Israeli warplanes struck several locations in the besieged Gaza Strip, Sunday night, Quds News Network reported.
Israeli military jets struck four targets, in Palestinian agricultural lands in the Zaytoun neighborhood, in eastern Gaza, as well as the Tuffah neighborhood.
In a statement, the Israeli army confirmed the strikes, claiming that they struck Hamas targets, in response to alleged missiles launched from the Strip, towards the adjacent Israeli settlements.
No injuries were reported at the time of this report.
Palestinian WAFA News correspondent reported that Israeli fighter jets fired at least five rockets east of Zaytoun, resulting in fire and property damage.
He added that Israeli artillery fired two shells at another plot of agricultural land to the northeast of the al-Shejaiya neighborhood.
Quds Press reported that the Israeli army claimed it had detected rockets, allegedly fired from Gaza, towards the settlements, without any mention of casualties or damages.
Later, the army claimed “The Iron Dome intercepted a missile fired from the Gaza Strip,” while no Palestinian armed factions in Gaza claimed responsibility for a rocket launch.
~ QNN, WAFA, Quds Press