Israel-Gaza War

Air Force strikes some 65 targets across the Gaza Strip

Targets include military structures, weapons caches, launch sites, observation posts, terrorist squads, and other terrorist infrastructures.

Israeli fighter plane. Illustration. (Photo: Moshe Shai/Flash90)

Over the last 24 hours (Monday/Tuesday), the Air Force struck some 65 targets across the Gaza Strip, including military structures, weapons caches, observation posts, terrorist squads, and other terrorist infrastructures.

The IDF also struck a Hamas base located within an UNRWA school in the central Gaza Strip.

The strike was carefully planned and carried out, including the use of precise ammunition and avoiding harming civilians as much as possible.

The compound was used by Hamas to plan multiple terror actions against IDF forces currently operating in the Gaza Strip and against the Israeli rear.

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