Palestinian armed forces fired rockets to southern Israel Israeli Army retaliated against Palestine
November 15 Palestinian Hamas armed forces fired two rockets from the Gaza Strip to southern Israel. One was intercepted by the Israeli Iron Dome missile defense system, and the other exploded in an open area, causing no casualties or property damage.
According to reports, after the residents of Ashdod and Palmachin in Israel heard the alarm, many people ran into shelters to take shelter. Witnesses in Bat Yam said they heard a loud explosion.
In the early morning of the same day (15th), the Israel Defense Forces spokesperson confirmed the incident in a statement and said: The Israel Defense Forces used helicopters and tanks to retaliate against the military outposts and underground infrastructure of the Hamas armed forces in the Gaza Strip.
Currently, Israel is negotiating a long-term ceasefire agreement with the Hamas armed group, but armed conflicts in the Gaza Strip have increased in recent weeks.