ISRAELI fighter jets attacked Gaza again early this morning, Hamas fired rockets at Israel on the fifth night of the conflict in retaliation, while U.S. and Arab diplomats are trying to find a way to stop the violence.
Agence France-Presse reported that Hamas launched a new rocket attack in the Gaza Strip on the outskirts of Tel Aviv, killing one person.
Hamas military spokesman Abu Ubada said: “With God’s help, we are ready to launch rockets to Tel Aviv for six consecutive months.”
Index recently conducted extensive interviews with Israel’s ambassador to Iraq, Ilan Mor, who posted a video on Twitter documenting the aftermath of the Ramat Gan attack.
Moore wrote: “This terrorist attack occurred in my hometown of Ramat Gan, very close to our apartment. A civilian was killed. We will win.”
After the rocket attack in Gaza, the Israeli military posted a video of the city of Ramat Ghana on Twitter.
The Israel Defense Forces said in a statement: “We will not let this fear be resolved.”
Hamas announced that the rocket attack on central Israel was in response to the deaths of 10 Palestinians in a refugee camp in Gaza.
Al-Arabiya TV posted a video on Twitter describing the aftermath of the rocket attack in the area south of Tel Aviv. The TV station also reported that Israel’s Iron Dome defense system intercepted and destroyed these missiles at Ben Gurion Airport. The explosion can be heard in Tel Aviv.
Israeli media reported that a new rocket was launched from the Gaza Strip in Tel Aviv.
Israeli journalist Barak Ravid tweeted that Hamas had launched at least 30 rockets into Tel Aviv and central Israel. Most of the missiles were intercepted by Israel’s Iron Dome defense system, but several missiles hit the city of Ramat Gan.
When Hamas bombed Tel Aviv, the Israeli army did not stop air raids on Hamas and Islamic Jihad strongholds in the Gaza Strip.
In Tel Aviv, Israel’s second most populous city, the alarm has just sounded. Readers from this city heard an explosion when reporting to Index. The Israelis reported that Tel Aviv was hit by a rocket for the first time in 48 hours. The Israeli military confirmed on Twitter that sirens were sounded in Tel Aviv and central Israel to warn of missile attacks.
After Islamic militants fired rockets on the Israeli city of Beer Sheva, 19 people were taken to the hospital.
Israeli media reported that when the sirens sounded, people were injured when they rushed to the shelter, and three of them received electric shocks.