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Israel News – The Israeli military says it carried out airstrikes against Hamas positions in the Gaza Strip on Sunday in response to firebombs sent to Israeli territory involving rocket attacks and balloons. The army said the raids were carried out following the clashes on the Gaza-Israel border Saturday evening. Dozens of Palestinian “rioters burned tires, threw explosive devices and grenades toward the security fence and attempted to contact it.
Two rockets were fired from Gaza into Israel
In the past week, the Israeli army has carried out day-to-day attacks on targets associated with Hamas, a group ruling the Gaza Strip. The military said the targets struck included a military complex of Hamas and an underground structure. Early Sunday, the Israeli military also said two rockets were fired from Gaza into Israel and disrupted by its iron defense system.
Our people in Gaza have to overcome the crisis
A Hamas spokesman, Fawzi Barholm, said in a statement this weekend, “The purpose of these aggressive policies is to rescue our people from the crisis in Gaza, which can paralyze their daily lives and deal with coronoviruses amidst international and regional silence” Are hindering efforts. ” . Searle has discontinued the Krem Abu Salem (Careem Shalom) consignment along the Gaza Strip.
Decided to completely close the fishing area
After Saturday’s clash and rocket-fire, Israel’s military decided to “completely close the fishing area of the Gaza Strip, immediately and until further notice, this morning [Sunday],” a military statement said. . The Palestinian territory has been under an Israeli blockade since 2007. Israel cites security threats from Hamas for its land and naval blockade.
Israel, which makes Hamas a “terrorist” organization
According to the World Bank, the Gaza Strip has a population of two million, of which more than half live in poverty. Despite a truss last year backed by the United Nations, Egypt and Qatar, the two sides collide sporadically with rockets, mortar fire or incendiary balloons.
Balloon launch response
Hamas has accused Israel of not fully complying with the agreement. Israel, which makes Hamas a “terrorist” organization, shied away from direct negotiations and did not publicly acknowledge this. On Wednesday, Israel reduced the area where it allows Palestinians to fish from 24 km (15 mi) to 13 km (eight mi), calling it a reaction to the balloon launch.