Publish dateTuesday 13 November 2018 - 06:05
Story Code : 173946
Zionist Regime launches airstrike on Hamas TV station in Gaza
Zionist war jets struck with eight missiles on Monday night the building of Al-Aqsa Television, a satellite channel that belongs to Hamas movement and airs from Gaza, the local radio station of Hamas said.
AVA- Eyewitnesses, who live in north-western part of Gaza City, said they heard eight huge successive explosions after Zionist war jets fired three missiles at the building of Hamas-run television channel.
The Zionist airstrike on the channel is part of the intensive airstrikes on Hamas, Islamic Jihad and other militant groups in the Gaza Strip in response to earlier firing of barrages of makeshift rockets from the enclave into Tel Aviv.
Zionist war jets also targeted three houses in the Gaza Strip after asking local residents to evacuate, according to security sources, adding that no injuries were reported in the airstrikes on the TV channels and on the houses.
Earlier Monday evening, three Palestinians were killed and nine injured in the Zionist airstrikes on military facilities all over the Gaza Strip in response to firing rockets from the enclave into southern occupied Palestine, according to medical sources.
The regime’s army spokesman said in a statement that more than 70 airstrikes were carried out on Monday evening and night on targets that belong to Hamas and Islamic Jihad all over the Gaza Strip.
The statement of the Zionist army and the Zionist television "Reshet Kan" also said that more than 200 rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip into southern Israel. At least 13 Zionists were injured with one in critical condition.
A joint statement of several Palestinian militant groups, including Hamas armed wing, claimed responsibility for firing the rockets from the Gaza Strip into occupied Palestine. They warned Tel Aviv regime in a joint statement that they will expand the range of rockets fired into Tel Aviv in case Tel Aviv intensifies its airstrikes on the enclave.
Tension between Tel Aviv and Hamas movement grew after seven Hamas members were killed on Sunday night when a special Zionist army force entered into eastern Khan Younis in southern Gaza Strip and killed seven militants.
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