Twelve rockets fired from Rafah into Israeli Occupation


Published: 2024-05-26 14:52

Last Updated: 2024-06-15 19:55

Twelve rockets fired from Rafah into Israeli Occupation
Twelve rockets fired from Rafah into Israeli Occupation

On Sunday, Hebrew media reported that the territory of the Israeli Occupation was bombed from the Rafah area in southern Gaza.

Yedioth Ahronoth noted that explosions were heard throughout the area due to rockets fired by Hamas.

- Army announcement -

Israeli Occupation Army Radio announced that they had detected at least eight rockets launched from the Rafah area into the territory of the occupying entity.

Two settlers sustained minor injuries while heading towards a protected area, according to the radio.

The Al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas' military wing, announced a significant missile barrage targeting Tel Aviv in retaliation for the occupation’s massacres against civilians.

Sirens were heard in Kfar Saba, Herzliya, and Raanana, north of Tel Aviv, for the first time in several months.

The Israeli Occupation army claimed to have intercepted at least 10 missiles.

- Aggression against Gaza -

Israeli Occupation's aggression against Gaza has continued for 233 days, with the Israeli Occupation's actions causing the deaths of 35,984 Palestinians and injuring 80,643 people since October 7, according to Gaza's Ministry of Health.

Hamas' Al-Qassam Brigades launched Operation Aqsa Typhoon on October 7 in response to Israeli Occupation violations in occupied Palestinian territories. In response, the occupation launched Operation Iron Swords against Gaza, conducting violent raids resulting in hundreds of martyrs, thousands of injuries, and widespread destruction.

Since October 7, the death toll of the Israeli Occupation army has reached 634, with 282 deaths since the ground operation began on October 27. The occupation army also reported 3,591 injuries, with 556 described as serious, 947 moderate, and 2,088 minor.