The “Al-Quds Brigades”, the military wing of the “Islamic Jihad” movement, announced today, Saturday, that it “bombed Israeli settlements and military sites with a number of rockets and mortars.”
Al-Quds Brigades said, in a statement via Telegram, that it “bombed Tel Aviv, Ben Gurion Airport, Ashdod, Beersheba, Ashkelon and Netivotosderot with 60 missiles in response to the Israeli bombing in Gaza.”
As part of the “Unity of Squares” process.
It also “bombed the memorial site with a number of mortar shells, and flattened the “Erez” site with a number of mortar shells,” adding that it also bombed “the usurper of Kissufim with a rocket launcher, and the “Fajja” military site with a rocket launcher.”
The sites that the “Al-Quds Brigades” announced that they had bombed also included “military site 16 east of Beit Hanoun, “Nir Oz” and “Kissoufim” and “Al Mutabbaq Gate” east of Rafah and the military buildup, the Sofa site, “Nir Aam and “Yad Mordechai”, in addition to To the bombing of the settlements of “Nir Oz” and “Nerim” with rocket-propelled grenades and mortar shells.
Al-Quds Brigades target the Dome batteries north of Alumim with a missile launch.
Yesterday, Friday, Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid announced the launch of a military operation in the Gaza Strip to eliminate “imminent threats” from the Strip, days after exchanging threats between the Israeli leadership and the “Islamic Jihad” movement in the Gaza Strip, following the Israeli authorities’ detention of the movement’s leader. Bassam Saadi.
The Israeli army also targeted the headquarters of the Islamic Jihad movement, which resulted in the killing of the prominent leader of the movement and the official in the northern Gaza Strip, Tayseer al-Jaafari. The Israeli army command justified the attack that the movement was aiming to launch attacks on Israel.
In response to the attack, the “Al-Quds Brigades”, the military arm of the “Islamic Jihad”, announced that it had fired about 100 rockets towards Israel in response to the killing of Al-Jabari.
Where the number of Palestinians killed since the Israeli army began its military operation yesterday in the Gaza Strip, reached 11 people, and about 80 wounded, while the Sputnik correspondent reported, today, Saturday, that the Israeli army fighters launched air raids on the central Gaza Strip.