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Israel Attacks Hamas Targets In Gaza Strip, A Befitting Reply To Palestinian Attack

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Israel has attacked Hamas positions in the Gaza Strip. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said on Saturday that Israeli forces attacked facilities of the Hamas Islamist movement in the Gaza Strip. It is being described as a response to a Palestinian attack. Several dangerous balloons were released from the Palestinian enclave. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) wrote on its Twitter page, “Today we have just attacked the Hamas military compound and rocket-launching site in response to the continued launch of dangerous balloons into Israel from Gaza.” The site was in a civilian area. The IDF once again stressed how Hamas puts Palestinian civilians at risk.

The IDF vowed to retaliate strongly against any terrorist attack from the Gaza Strip. The IDF vowed to retaliate strongly against any terrorist attack from the Gaza Strip. Hamas, a Palestinian Sunni terrorist organization in control of the Gaza Strip, is in a long-standing conflict with Israel, which still refuses to recognize Palestine as an independent political and diplomatic entity. Israel blames Hamas for any attack coming from the Gaza Strip.

Sirens in northern Israel warn of attack from Lebanon: Israeli army

The Israeli military has said that sirens in northern Israel have warned of fresh attacks from the Lebanese side on Friday. The military said in a statement that sirens were heard before noon in the Golan Heights and Upper Galilee near the Lebanese border. This news comes after several days of firing on the border. During this, airstrikes have also been carried out by Israel. There have also been reports of airstrikes from Israel last night.

Hezbollah’s al-Manar TV reported that five rockets were fired at Israeli military positions in the disputed Chiba Farms area adjacent to the Golan Heights. These rockets were rained from South Lebanon.

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