A huge explosion sounded in Gaza. It was reported that Israeli warplanes carried out airstrikes on various parts of the Gaza Strip.
After the demonstrations organized by hundreds of Palestinians gathered on the Gaza-Israel border, tensions rose in the region. While the Israeli army announced that it had sent reinforcements to the Gaza border, it was learned that the Palestinian resistance groups went into a state of alarm. A few hours after Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz announced that they would respond to the shooting of an Israeli soldier during the demonstrations on the border yesterday, the Israeli army launched an airstrike on the Gaza Strip.
According to the information transmitted from the region, explosions occurred at several different points in Gaza after the attack. According to the Palestinian media, it was stated that the Nuseyrat region in the central regions of Gaza and the Shati Refugee Camp in the coastal region were among the places hit.
The sound of Israeli drones that have been flying over the Gaza Strip for about two hours non-stop continues to be heard throughout the region. Yesterday evening, the Gaza Strip under the blockade on the occasion of the 52nd anniversary of the burning of Masjid al-Aqsa by a fanatical Jew in 1969. 41 Palestinians and an Israeli soldier were wounded in demonstrations on the border. The Israeli army had decided to increase its forces on the Gaza border on August 19. Dennis Michael Rohan, a fanatic Jew of Australian origin, entered Masjid al-Aqsa on August 21, 1969 and burned the altar of the Qibla Mosque and the 1000-year-old Saladin pulpit.
Israel opens fire on Palestinian protesters: 41 injured