Israeli SİHA Attack on Gaza Apartment Leaves 3 Palestinians Dead
An Israeli SİHA (unmanned aerial vehicle) has carried out a rocket attack on an apartment building in the city of Hamed in the Khan Yunus region of Gaza, according to Palestinian news agency WAFA. The attack claimed the lives of three Palestinians and left many others injured, some seriously. The targeted flat was completely destroyed, and surrounding properties also suffered extensive damage.
In a separate incident, Israeli warplanes carried out an airstrike on an empty house and land in Khan Younis, Gaza. Fortunately, no casualties were reported.
The Israeli army spokesman has released a statement claiming that both attacks were aimed at targets affiliated with the Islamic Jihad Movement in Gaza. This comes after tensions have continued to escalate between Israel and Palestine in recent days, with rocket attacks and air strikes occurring on both sides.
The violence in Gaza has prompted concern and responses from international voices, with the United Nations and various countries calling for a de-escalation and peace talks between the two sides. It remains to be seen whether these efforts will yield any results, as the conflict shows no signs of abating.