Israel's military announced on Friday that air strikes have begun on "terrorist sites in Gaza," which is a rematch after rockets accused of militant Hamas have been fired at Tel Aviv. Details to be followed, Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) published .
Attacks were in Han Yunis, about 15 miles south of Gaza, according to Associated Press. There were no instant messages of injuries.
The Hamas Naval Base has been attacked, the department said, citing Palestinian media.
Later, the military added that "the missiles fired by #Gaza in #TelAviv earlier this evening were launched by the Hamas terrorist organization."
THE ROCKETS OPENED ON THE TAVERN AIR COMPLETE AIR SYRINGES
The reply from Israel came after IDF confirmed that two missiles were launched in Tel Aviv on Thursday evening from the Hamas-controlled stripe Gaza
Israeli media reported initially that one of the rockets was captured by the missile defense system of the country, and the Irish army later said none of the missiles were, adding that they were landing at sea or openly.
People living in the area report an explosion (1
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