The Palestinian Al-Qassam Brigades, the military arm of the Islamic Resistance movement Hamas, has launched a long-range missile towards Ramon Airport in the south of the Zionist entity, about 220 km away from Gaza. This was reported by Abu Ubaida, Al-Qassam spokesman.
“The Ayyash 250 missile has a range greater than 250 km, and its destructive force is the largest [we have so far],” Abu Ubaida added, noting the attack came in revenge for Al-Aqsa and in response to the assassination of Hamas leaders and engineers.
“Accordingly, the Chief of Staff calls on international airlines to immediately halt their flights to any airport within the geography of occupied Palestine,” the spokesman continued.
The Al-Qassam Brigades had earlier announced that it bombed Tel Aviv, Beersheba, Netivot, the Tel Nouf base and the Nevatim base with barrages of missiles, according to Quds Press.
Hebrew TV Channel 13 reported that a huge barrage of rockets was launched towards Beersheba, Tel Aviv and Ashkelon.
In the same context, Abu Ubeida said in a televised speech, broadcast by Al-Aqsa TV (which is affiliated with Hamas) that “There are no red lines when it comes to responding to the aggression.”