Gaza, rocket fire against Israel resumed: 15 in the south


Firing of about 15 rockets from Gaza into Israeli communities near the Gaza Strip has resumed after a pause of nearly 13 hours. According to the spokesman for the border community, one of them fell on a greenhouse, but did not claim any lives. The others, according to the same source, were either intercepted or fell in open country. The last launch from the Strip was at 10 p.m. local time on Thursday evening.

Israel resumes attacks in Gaza The Israeli Air Force resumed “attacks on Islamic Jihad positions in the Gaza Strip” after takeoffs from Gaza. This was announced by the military spokesman. The areas affected were Beit Lahiya and Beit Hanoun in the north, areas near Al Nuseirat refugee camp and the city of Deir al Balah in the center and the area around Khan Younis in the south. There are no reports of casualties or injuries, but significant damage.