Israel carries out another air raid on besieged 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.

The Israeli occupation army claims that it bombed "military sites" in the Gaza Strip belonging to the Hamas movement "late Sunday.

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Days of Palestine correspondent reported that the Israeli warplanes attacked a resistance post with eight missiles east of Rafah city south of the Gaza Strip.

"Warplanes attacked resistance sites in the northern Gaza Strip, Khan Younis in the eastern parts, and Deir al-Balah in the central Gaza Strip" He added.

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No injuries were reported according to the Ministry of Health in the besieged Gaza Strip.

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.

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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