Israeli warplanes yesterday evening carried out several airstrikes
against different targets in the Gaza Strip.
The latest two airstrikes were against the compound of Palestinian National
Authority (PNA) Chairman Mahmoud Abbas' office, and the cabinet building of
Hamas, which was first bombed on Sunday. Both targets are in the Gaza City.
A short while ago, Israeli air force launched a massive strike on a network
of Hamas-dug tunnels in the southern Gaza Strip near the Egypt-Gaza border.
The Israeli army said that it hit 30 additional targets over the course of
yesterday, including rocket launchers used by Palestinian militants, rocket
launching cells, rocket launching sites, weapon-manufacturing facilities, Hamas
outposts and armed terror operatives.
Mo'aweya Hassanein, chief of emergency and ambulance services in the
Palestinian health ministry told reporters that since Saturday, Israel has
killed in the intensive airstrikes carried out on the Gaza Strip some 380
Palestinians, over 1,700 people were injured.
Hassanein warned of a severe humanitarian crisis and more death in the Gaza
Strip due to the shortage of medicine, blood, special gases for surgical
operations and other medical equipment.