As of the early morning of the 15th local time, Israel and the Gaza Strip armed groups continue to exchange fire. From day 14 to the early hours of the 15th, armed groups in the Gaza Strip continued to fire more than 150 rockets into central and southern Israel.
In the early hours of the 15th, a rocket hit an oil depot in the southern port of Ashdod, triggering an explosion, and another rocket hit a six-story apartment in the city of Ashdod, but the attack did not cause local casualties. Earlier, the power supply system in the southern city of Beersheba was destroyed by rocket fire, causing widespread short-term power outages in the area. Meanwhile, Israeli forces continue to carry out air strikes in the Gaza Strip.
According to the news released by the Israeli army, from the afternoon of the 14th to the early morning of the 15th, the Israeli air force has destroyed a tunnel in Gaza, a high-rise building and a number of underground rocket launch facilities.
According to media reports in the Gaza Strip, seven people, including several children, were killed in the round of Israeli air strikes. Meanwhile, 132 Palestinians have been killed and 950 wounded in the Gaza Strip since the Israeli-Palestinian exchange of fire, according to the Gaza Health Department.