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Israeli Warplanes Pound Police Stations In Gaza


Israeli fighter jets attacked police stations controlled by the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (HAMAS) in north Gaza Strip Monday night.

One of the airstrikes by F-16 fighter jets targeted martyr Abdulaziz Al-Rantisi station in Al-Taw’am neighborhood, medical sources told KUNA tonight.

Earlier this evening Israeli gunships attacked a car maintenance workshop in Al-Shuja’iya town, east Gaza.


No casualties were reported so far.

Meanwhile, Ezz el-Deen al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas, warned that Israel would pay “a high price” for its continued aggression on Gaza.

Commenting on the mortar attack on targets in southern Israeli on Saturday, the Brigades’ spokesman Abu-Obaida said the attack was a “normal response to the crimes of the Zionist enemy.” He said the brigades fired 33 mortar shells on Israeli military sites in retaliation for earlier Israeli attacks that killed two Hamas members Abu-Amr and Adnan Ashtyoy.

The Israeli army said 54 mortar shells targeted southern towns, injured six Israelis and inflected heavy material damage.

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KUNA is the Kuwait News Agency

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