Israeli warplanes launched an airstrike Saturday on a residential building in the Al-Nasr neighborhood in Gaza City, destroying the entire building, according to reports from the ground. There were no immediate reports of casualties in the Israeli strike, according to Palestinian News Agency (WAFA).
The Israeli warplanes fired multiple missiles at a five-story residential building located near the Al-Quds Open University in the Al-Nasr neighborhood, resulting in the complete destruction of the building.
The attack on the residential building is the latest in a series of airstrikes that have targeted civilian infrastructure in the enclave, with at least five Palestinians reported killed and many more injured since early Saturday morning.
The death toll of the Palestinian martyrs who fell on Saturday in Gaza and the West Bank rose to 11 martyrs, as 10 Palestinians were martyred due to the persistent Israeli shelling since Saturday morning.
A Palestinian young man was martyred when the Israeli occupation forces fired live rounds in Ramallah in the occupied West Bank.
In occupied Jerusalem, several Palestinian citizens were injured while others suffocated during confrontations with the occupation forces at many camps in north Jerusalem. The occupation forces also fired live rounds towards a young man and seriously injured him in his chest while dozens of Palestinians suffocated.
A man carries a crying child as he walks in front of a building destroyed in an Israeli air strike in Gaza City Saturday. AFP