Late on March 3, aircraft of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) struck an alleged Hamas military post in the northern part of the Gaza Strip, the IDF reported claiming that it was a response ot “explosive devices”, which “were hurled from the Gaza Strip at Israel’s border fence”.
Today, explosive devices were hurled from the Gaza Strip at Israel’s border fence.
In response, an IDF aircraft targeted a Hamas military post in the northern Gaza Strip.
— Israel Defense Forces (@IDF) March 3, 2019
On March 4, IDF aircraft delivered another strike on the Gaza Strip allegedly targeting “two Hamas military posts”. According to local sources, the strike hit east of Khan Yunis.
Moments ago, a cluster of balloons carrying an explosive device was launched from the Gaza Strip towards Israel.
In response, IDF helicopters struck two Hamas military posts in Gaza.
— Israel Defense Forces (@IDF) March 4, 2019
Meanwhile, IDF troops killed 2 persons and injured another in a reported ramming attack. Israeli media added that the IDF troops were attempting to detain the vehicle, which was involved in molotov coctail throwing in the area.
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