Israeli fighter jets strike Hamas facilities in Gaza

According to security sources, Israeli fighter jets attacked several military posts and facilities belonging to the armed faction of the Islamic Hamas Movement in Gaza Strip on Monday. However, no injuries were reported.

According to Xinhua news agency, the sources claimed that fighter jets launched air-to-ground missiles against five military facilities and posts in the Gaza Strip’s northern, central and southern regions for the third consecutive day. This was in response to rockets fired at Israel.

Since the night of September 10, unknown militants have fired rockets from Gaza Strip towards Israel.

Sources said that three rockets were fired at Israel, the last being fired on Sunday night. It had left minimal injuries to at least five Israelis.

Three rockets were launched in the last three days toward Israel, but no one claimed responsibility.

A spokesperson for Israel’s army stated that Hamas, the ruler of Gaza Strip, was “fully responsible” for the rocket attacks.

Hamas-run al-Aqsa television reported that residents heard the drones of Israeli fighter jets and army drones. Then, several explosions were heard throughout the Gaza Strip following the striking of military posts.

According to sources, Israeli fighter jets attacked military installations and posts belonging to Hamas in the Gaza Strip’s northern and central Gaza Strips on Saturday and Sunday.

A spokesperson for the Israeli army stated that Israeli fighter jets attacked two posts used in making homemade rockets and also attacked weapons caches on the Strip.

According to the spokesman, Hamas, who has been in control of the Strip since 2007, was responsible for any attack on civilians in Israel. Israel would respond immediately.