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Israeli air strikes against Hamas military targets in Gaza Strip

Israel bombed Hamas military targets and closed fishing areas in the Gaza Strip

A picture taken on November 12, 2018, shows smoke rising above the building housing the Hamas-run television station al-Aqsa TV in the Gaza Strip during an Israeli air strike. - Israel's military said it was carrying out air strikes "throughout the Gaza Strip" after rocket fire from the Palestinian enclave towards its territory. (Photo by Mahmud Hams / AFP)

Israeli air strikes against Hamas military targets in Gaza Strip

Jerusalem, October 23 The Israel Defense Forces issued a statement in the early hours of the 23rd

stating that Israeli troops bombed the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement

(Hamas) military targets in the Gaza Strip on the evening of the 22nd.

 In response, Israeli warplanes bombed a weapons manufacturing base and an underground infrastructure in Hamas in the Gaza Strip.

At present, no organization or individual has claimed to have made rocket attack

Gaza Strip and bear all the consequences caused by attempts to harm Israeli civilians.

Israeli air strikes against Hamas military targets in Gaza Strip

Since the beginning of August this year, Hamas armed forces have launched rockets in the direction of

Israel and released balloons with arson devices. In response, the Israeli army has conducted artillery and air strikes on Hamas military targets for many days. 

With the mediation of Qatar, the two sides reached an agreement of understanding on

August 31, aimed at curbing the escalation of regional tensions.

With the help of the United States, Israel signed a relationship normalization agreement with

the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain at the White House on September 15. 

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