Al-Arabiya sources in the occupied territories reported on Friday morning that Israeli reconnaissance planes launched intensive raids on Hamas military and training centers in the northern, central and southern Gaza Strip.
This comes as the Israeli army announced that the Chief of Staff had instructed to raise its readiness for scenarios, including the resumption of fighting in Gaza.
The first Israeli raid, according to Palestinian media, targeted the Civil Administration site east of Jabalia camp in the northern Gaza Strip, while another raid from a reconnaissance plane targeted a resistance site in the northern Gaza Strip.
The Palestinian media indicated that the target site is the Palestine site belonging to the resistance, north of the town of Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip, and the Israeli Air Force targeted agricultural land with a reconnaissance missile northwest of Gaza, opposite the Freedom Hall.
Renewed Israeli bombing
The Israeli bombardment was also renewed on the Al-Khail site in the Ma’an area, east of Khan Younis, in addition to the bombing of a resistance site in the Al-Sudaniah area, west of the northern Gaza Strip.
Meanwhile, Israeli media reported that the army bombed Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip in response to the continued launching of incendiary balloons.
This comes after Israel sent a message to Hamas that if the launching of incendiary balloons from the Gaza Strip towards its territory does not stop, there will be a new military round.
Launching balloons from the Gaza Strip
The private Israeli channel “13” reported that the Israeli delegation, which is currently in Cairo, sent a message to Hamas through Egyptian intelligence saying that if the launching of balloons from the Gaza Strip continues, there will be “Fences Guard 2”, in reference to the recent Israeli aggression on Gaza, Which Israel called the “keeper of the walls.”
The channel indicated that Egypt is making efforts to prevent the collapse of the ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinian factions in Gaza.
The channel reported that 8 fires broke out in the Gaza border settlements, adjacent to the Strip, as a result of incendiary balloons being launched from Gaza towards Israel.
agreement on armistice
The escalation tonight comes after Israel launched air strikes on the Gaza Strip, for the first time yesterday, Tuesday since the armistice agreement, in response to the incendiary balloons. “Al-Hadath”, confirming the outbreak of fires at the Gaza border due to incendiary balloons.
The new Israeli government stressed the need to stop the escalation. Al-Arabiya/Al-Hadath correspondent reported today that Israel asked Cairo to calm the situation in the Gaza Strip before it rapidly deteriorated.