Al-Qassam Launch Rockets to Israel in Response to Targeting Civilians in Gaza

Gaza, MINA – The Al-Qassam Brigades (the military wing of the Hamas movement) bombed Ashkelon, Sderot, and Beersheba with rocket fire in response to targeting civilians in Gaza, Quds Press reports.

Al-Qassam confirmed in a brief statement today, Friday, they bombed several areas in the occupied Palestinian territories and “enemy concentrations northwest of Gaza City with bursts of rocket and mortar systems.

The report indicated that concentrations of enemy forces were targeted northwest of Gaza City with bursts of 114 mm “Rajum” missile systems and heavy caliber mortars.

The Israeli occupation front this morning announced that sirens sounded in settlements around the Gaza Strip.

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According to Hebrew media, sirens sounded in the Holit settlement in the Gaza region, and asked the settlers in the Gaza region and (Sderot and Ashkelon) to stay near shelters and fortified rooms.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza announced that the number of martyred people has increased to thirty-two as a result of the Israeli occupation’s renewed massacre of the Gaza Strip on Friday.

Qatar’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs today revealed that negotiations continue with the Palestinian and Israeli sides to restore the ceasefire in the Gaza Strip. This was conveyed in a statement by the Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs, following the resumption of aggression against areas in the Gaza Strip after the ceasefire and its extension.

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The new occupation aggression comes after a seven-day temporary humanitarian ceasefire, in which dozens of Israeli and Palestinian women and children were exchanged through Qatari, Egyptian and American mediation, following Israeli aggression that continued since October 7, and resulted in the deaths of more than 15,000 Palestinians, including 6,150 children and more than 4,000 women, and more than 36,000 people were injured. (T/RE1/P2)

Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)