Israeli occupation warplanes have launched airstrikes on several targets in the Gaza Strip early on Thursday, after rocket sirens sounded in the Sderot area of the Zionist entity’s southern region.
Zionist warplanes hit targets in Gaza’s central province, with Palestinian media reporting that a site in the area was hit by 10 Israeli missiles.
The heavy bombardment caused no casualties but led to damage in the houses, according to Palestinian media, which added that air defences belonging to the Palestinian resistance confronted the aggression.
Israeli media reported on Wednesday night that a red alert warning was given in Sderot and settlements surrounding Gaza.
This was the second rocket fired from Gaza at the occupied territories since Monday. The Zionist military only confirmed that a rocket was launched from the coastal enclave, without explaining why the Iron Dome air defence system was not activated to intercept it.