The Israeli Air Force struck several military installations of Palestinian groups in the Gaza Strip, a Sputnik correspondent reported on the site.
“The Israeli Air Force carried out airstrikes on the facilities of the Palestinian groups in the Gaza Strip overnight,” the correspondent said.
A spokesman for the Islamist movement Hamas, which controls the Gaza Strip, told Sputnik that the airstrikes would strengthen the resolve of the Palestinian people to continue the fight against the Israeli occupation.
The security situation in Israel has deteriorated in recent weeks. Since mid-March, 14 inhabitants of the country have been victims of attacks and terrorist acts. In recent days, serious riots have taken place on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
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