Friday, November 16, 2012

30 Israeli raids on the Gaza strip in less than half an hour

30 Israeli raids on the Gaza strip in less than half an hour


GAZA, (PIC)-- Israeli warplanes started in the early hours of Friday morning firing series of raids on various parts of the Gaza Strip. The exact number of the raids is not known.
The Israeli aircraft stepped up their raids on the Gaza strip since the first hours of Friday, and launched in less than half an hour, nearly thirty raids, and targeted buildings belonging to the Palestinian interior ministry and the Palestinian government and a number of civilians' houses, causing many injuries among the Palestinian civilians, PIC reporter said.
The PIC reporter added that the Israeli warplanes bombed this morning a number of Palestinian security sites in the Gaza Strip in addition to the bombing of an empty stretch of land, while eyewitnesses told PIC reporter that the IOF warplanes bombed the headquarters of the Interior Ministry in the west of Gaza City.
Plumes of smoke were seen emanating from the target areas where all of the areas have been exposed to these air raids.
The house of the Al-Qassam Brigades commander Mohammed Sinwar was targeted at dawn today in Khan Younis, which led to its destruction, in addition of three injuries including a child. The house had already been destroyed during the previous war on Gaza, the correspondent explained.
The Israeli aggression, which began last Wednesday afternoon, assassinating the chief of Al-Qassam Brigades, has resulted in the martyrdom of 22 people and one 255 wounded, including women and children.