Israeli warplanes and artillery carried out a series of strikes on multiple targets across the besieged Gaza Strip last night and early Sunday morning, causing damage to property but no casualties, said (WAFA) News Agency.
Israeli fighter jets bombed, with at least two missiles, an outpost east of Rafah city, in the south of the Gaza Strip, leaving significant property damage and causing fire to erupt at the site. A farming land adjacent to the outpost was also bombed. No injuries were reported.
Meanwhile, fighter jets bombed a farm near the border with Egypt, just near the city of Rafah, causing damage to the farm and to neighboring residential facilities but no human casualties.
Israeli warplanes also hit an outpost southeast of the city of Khan Younis, in the south of the Strip, also causing damage to property but no casualties.
In the meantime, Israeli artillery, stationed along the perimeter fence surrounding the Gaza Strip, bombed a farming land near Al-Zaytoun neighborhood in Gaza City and another one near the town of Beit Hanoun, north of the Strip. The artillery strikes damaged the sites, but left no casualties.
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