Israeli warplanes attack Gaza Strip

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The Israeli warplanes have carried out another overnight raid on Palestinian resistance positions in the besieged Gaza Strip after claiming a missile was launched from the Palestinian enclave.

Our correspondent said that the Israeli warplanes attacked a resistance site in the middle of the Gaza Strip with at least six highly explosive missiles.

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"The Israeli warplanes also attacked a resistance post in the west of Khan Younis refugee camp south of the Gaza Strip," He added.

The latest attack comes just months after the Israeli military launched an 11-day bombardment campaign on the already ravaged enclave, killing at least 260 Palestinians, including 66 children.

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Today’s overnight raid was one of the dozens of times Israel carried out air attacks in Gaza since the May offensive, which ended in an Egyptian-brokered “ceasefire” on May 21.

Though Israel eased restrictions last month to allow some much-needed aid into the Palestinian enclave, it has maintained a 14-year crippling land, air, and sea blockade.

The UN has dubbed Gaza an “open-air prison” with residents enduring extreme poverty amid conditions that have worsened since the coronavirus pandemic.


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