Israeli fighter jets attack targets in Gaza, property damage reported

Israeli fighter jets attacked multiple targets across the besieged Gaza Strip late last night, causing serious property damages but no human casualties, according to local sources.

WAFA correspondent said Israeli warplanes attacked with three missiles a target east of Al-Bureij refugee camp, in the center of the enclave, causing significant destruction to the site bombed and minor to moderate damages to adjacent homes. No casualties were reported.

Israeli fighters jets also attacked targets in the seafront road in Rafah and in the city of Khan Younis, both located in the south of the territory. The attacks caused destruction and fire but no casualties.

Yesterday, Israeli warplanes attacked two targets and a farming facility in the south and center of the Gaza Strip, also causing property damages but no injuries.

Israel has maintained a crippling blockade of the Gaza Strip since 2007, which critics say amounts to collective punishment of the impoverished enclave’s two million citizens.

Source: Palestinian News & Info Agency