Israel Retaliates for Rocket Fire, 100 Targets Hit

The IDF Spokesperson’s Unit said that, overnight Thursday, IDF fighter jets, attack helicopters and other aircraft struck approximately 100 military targets belonging to the Hamas terror organization in the Gaza Strip.

Among the terror targets struck was an office complex of the Judea and Samaria headquarters in the neighborhood of Rimal in the central Gaza Strip. The HQ is responsible for guiding Hamas terror activities in Judea and Samaria by leading terror attacks, building terror infrastructure, transferring guidelines for terror activities, transferring money and providing logistical response for the purpose of terror attacks against Israel and Israeli civilians.

In addition, the main manufacturing site of standard-grade rockets in the Gaza Strip was struck. This was an underground site with the ability to manufacture rockets in the Gaza Strip.

In addition, a number of military sites were struck, among them a post of the Hamas naval force, which also serves as a weapons manufacturing site.

Overnight, a military training site that served as the Hamas center of unmanned aerial aircrafts array in the southern Gaza Strip was struck. In addition, posts and a number of underground facilities were struck.

The attack was carried out in response to the rocket launchings carried out against Israel on Thursday.

“The IDF holds the Hamas terror organization responsible for all events transpiring in the Gaza Strip and emanating from it. The IDF views any attempt to harm Israeli civilians with great severity, and will continue to operate with determination against these acts of terror,” said the IDF Spokesperson’s Unit.

Photos: IDF Spokesperson’s Unit

One Comment

  • 1. Sholom wrote:

    Israeli army still hitting empty buildings. That is a crime and contrary to Torah.
    Hamas is undeterred and emboldened by this constant show of weakness and fear.
    Not a zero tolerance for terror. Rather, a yes, tolerance. Then they lie to the public saying that they didn’t intend to send rockets to Tel Aviv.


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