West BankIsrael bombed Gaza after the shooting
On Tuesday, the firing came from the Palestinian territories. In response, the Israeli army bombarded the northern Gaza Strip.
The Israeli army struck Hamas positions in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday after a round of gunfire came from the Islamic Movement-controlled Palestinian enclave, he said. “The army is shelling a Hamas military position in the northern Gaza Strip following Israeli fire from the Gaza Strip,” the army said in a statement.
A bullet fired from Gaza hit an “industrial building” in Nativ Hazara, an Israeli town bordering Palestinian territory under a fifteen-year Israeli blockade, the military said, without specifying the extent of the damage. A witness told AFP that a Hamas base in Beit Hanoun in northern Gaza, a tiny enclave of 2.3 million people, had been targeted by several strikes.
Saturday, The Israeli army fired bombs Hamas positions after four rockets were fired at the Jewish state. According to Palestinian sources, the strikes damaged homes without causing any casualties. Israel’s military said one of the four rockets was intercepted by an Israeli missile shield and the other three landed in fields.
The rocket attacks came a day after US President Joe Biden visited the West Bank, a Palestinian territory occupied by Israel since 1967. He met Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Bethlehem as part of his Middle East tour. .
“We will respond quickly, forcefully and without hesitation” to any fire from Gaza, Israeli Prime Minister Yair Labit said on Sunday. Israel and Hamas, which has ruled the Gaza Strip since 2007, have been involved in several wars, the last of which was in May 2021.
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