The Israeli army confirms the attack on the Hamas military post in retaliation for the rocket fired from the Gaza Strip
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) reported Tuesday that a rocket was fired from the Gaza Strip into Beersheba, in southern Israel, shortly after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited that city on election day.
In a message posted on their Twitter account, the Israel Defense Forces stated that they activated an alert in open areas. To date, there have been no reports of injury or damage from the device started three hours after the surveys were completed. .
Hours later, the army also confirmed via Twitter that “in response to the rocket fired from Gaza into Israel, IDF fighter jets and attack helicopters attacked a missile manufacturing center and a Hamas military post.”
After reporting the retaliation, he added that “Hamas will bear the consequences of its terrorist activities against Israeli civilians”.
In 2019, Netanyahu had to be evacuated from the Gaza Strip during several election rallies for projectile firing. However, shooting down between the two areas had ceased since the signing of the ceasefire between the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) last August. and Israel.
However, according to several Israeli media reports, several incendiary devices have been thrown from the Gaza Strip border into southern Israel since last Sunday.