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Israeli warplanes have carried out air strikes on Hamas weapons manufacturing and storage bases in the Gaza Strip

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FILE PHOTO: In the early morning hours of May 17, 2021, Israeli warplanes continued their air strikes on the Palestinian Gaza Strip, where fire and smoke rose over buildings.

Late on the 21st night, Israeli warplanes raided four bases used by the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) in the Gaza Strip for weapons manufacturing and storage in retaliation for a serious head injury suffered by an Israeli soldier earlier in the day during clashes with Palestinians.

The Israeli military confirmed the air strike on the morning of the 22nd local time. According to the Israeli military, from the afternoon to the evening of the 21st, hundreds of Palestinians gathered near the Israeli-Palestinian border in the Gaza Strip, some Of them tried to cross the border fence and threw explosive devices at Israeli military and police. During the violent clashes, one Israeli soldier was seriously injured and 41 Palestinians were injured, two of them seriously.

In order to prevent the escalation of the conflict, the Israeli army has sent additional troops to the Israeli-Palestinian border area in the Gaza Strip.

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