Israeli warplanes strike residential "Al-Shorouk" Tower in Gaza

Days of Palestine - Gaza Strip

Israeli occupation warplanes bombed today, Wednesday, the highest tower in the Gaza Strip, consisting of 17 floors, after several attacks, which led to its complete collapse.

Since noon today, the Israeli occupation air forces have continued to bomb the "Al-Shorouk" tower, west of Gaza City, located on Omar Al-Mukhtar Street, which contains dozens of residential apartments and a number of shops.

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Days of Palestine correspondent in Gaza said that Israeli warplanes bombed the tower, this evening, with a number of missiles, as it collapsed in two stages.

Many media organizations, news agencies, production companies, and satellite channels have their headquarters in Al-Shorouk Tower.

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It is noteworthy that this is the third tower that the Israeli occupation warplanes targetted, after the "Hanadi" and "Al-Jawhara" towers, which did not collapse and remained standing, despite being struck by twenty missiles.

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