The Times of Israel reports: Israel planes carried out multiple airstrikes in the Gaza Strip early Friday, hours after a rocket hit a religious school in southern Israel. The Israeli military said in a statement that fighter jets and other aircraft attacked “several terror targets, including terror infrastructure in military compounds.”
The Israel Defense Forces said it also hit a base belonging to the Hamas terror group’s naval commando unit. “The attack was carried out in response to the rocket that was shot from the Gaza Strip earlier this evening,” the army said. A video released by the military showed a number of strikes on unspecified targets.
The Hamas-linked Shehab news agency said there were three strikes on a naval facility near Khan Younis in southern Gaza, causing damage. It said sites east of Gaza City were also attacked. There were no immediate reports of casualties.
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