Israeli planes hit a Hamas rocket plant in the center of Gaza

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 Israeli planes attacked a Hamas rocket factory in the center of Gaza

Israeli fighter jets attacked an underground weapons facility in central Gaza on Sunday night in response to a rocket fired from a Hamas-controlled Palestinian enclave on Saturday night, which was intercepted by the &ldquo defense system “Iron Dome”. The IDF said early on Monday that the facility was producing raw material for missile production and was operated by the terrorist group Hamas. The IDF said.

Shortly after the military confirmed the attack, sirens warning of a missile attack sounded in southern Israeli communities near the Gaza Strip, including Sderot and Kibbutz Nir Am. The alarm was also sounded at Kibbutz Ruhama, about 10 kilometers east of Sderot.

The IDF said four rockets were fired at Israel from Gaza early Monday morning, three of which exploded in mid-air. The fourth round landed in an open field without causing injury or damage. According to the IDF, Israeli tanks on the border with Gaza responded by firing at several Hamas military observation posts. The military holds Hamas responsible for “security violations” committed in Gaza against the State of Israel.

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