Israeli occupation warplanes targeted on Saturday night, December 3, several Palestinian sites in Khan Younis and cities, in the southern Gaza Strip.
Over the last night, Palestinian media sources and activists published several videos documenting the Israeli violent raids targeting a resistance site West of Khan Younis.
No injuries were reported. However, the city’s residents woke up terrified to the sounds of heavy bombing, as Israeli jets dropped several missiles at the site.
In Rafah, another airstrike targeted agricultural land near the Rafah crossing, south of the besieged Gaza Strip.
The Israeli attacks on Gaza coincided with waves of violence targeting Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, which claimed the lives of 10 Palestinians over the course of three days.
The Israeli media reported that the attacks were carried out after the Palestinian resistance fired projectiles at the Israeli settlements adjacent to Gaza’s border.
Palestinians in the Gaza Strip have been living under an Israeli land, air, and sea blockade suffocating all life aspects. Gaza’s residents were subjected to at least five deadly aggressions carried out by successive Israeli governments since 2006.