The occupation aircraft launched several raids targeting sites of the Palestinian resistance in the Gaza Strip, and the bombing caused material damage to the targeted sites and the property of citizens, but no injuries were reported.

The Israeli army said, in a statement published on its Twitter account, that its planes raided several targets of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) in the Gaza Strip, in response to the firing of two missiles from Gaza.

An Anadolu Agency correspondent reported that the raids targeted locations in the northern and southern Gaza Strip, but no injuries were reported.

During the air strikes on Gaza, the occupation army announced the launch of warning sirens in areas adjacent to Gaza, indicating the launch of rockets. In his statement, he spoke of the launching of 13 rockets from the Strip towards Israel, and that 8 of them were intercepted.

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For its part, the Al-Quds Brigades, the armed wing of Islamic Jihad, claimed responsibility for the rockets, and said in a statement that it was a response to the Israeli aggression.

And the occupation army renewed holding Hamas "responsible for everything that happens in the Gaza Strip and starts from it."

On the other hand, the official Hamas radio station in Gaza announced that at least 3 rocket attacks were targeting southern Israel on Wednesday morning, from the Strip.

In conjunction with the signing ceremony of the normalization agreement in Washington between the UAE and Bahrain on the one hand and Tel Aviv on the other hand, two missiles were fired from the Gaza Strip towards Israel, one of which intercepted the Israeli Iron Dome anti-missile system, while the second landed in Ashdod, resulting in at least two people being lightly injured, according to the army. Occupation.

Hamas and the Palestinian Authority condemned these two normalization agreements, as did the Islamic Jihad Movement, the second largest armed factions in the Strip, which warned that these agreements "will push the resistance forces and the Arab and Islamic peoples into more jihadist action because they are unjust agreements with an occupying enemy."