Injuries in Israeli shelling in the Gaza Strip

 On November 2, 2019, a number of citizens were injured as Israeli warplanes targeted Palestinian resistance sites in different areas of the Gaza Strip.
 Local sources confirmed that the Israeli warplanes targeted a position of resistance east of Khan Younis and another west of the city located south of the Gaza Strip, a number of rockets, which led to injuries and severe damage inside and in neighboring houses.
 According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza, three serious and moderate injuries have reached Nasser Medical Complex in the west of Khan Yunis.  The local Al-Aqsa radio said that the injuries were transferred from inside a house next to the target site.
 Israeli warplanes also bombarded the Badr site west of Gaza City and the naval position south of the city.
 Israeli warplanes also targeted the Ashkelon site northwest of the town of Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip, and the positions of "hill and Qastal" west of the city of Deir al-Balah in the center of the Strip.
 The sirens sounded, according to Israeli media, in the cover of Gaza in conjunction with the targeting of sites in Gaza, where local sources attributed this to the anti-aircraft of the resistance to address the occupation aircraft in the northern Gaza Strip.
 It is noteworthy that the Israeli army said in separate press releases on Friday evening that 10 rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip towards Israeli settlements in the cover, pointing out that the "Iron Dome" intercepted 8 of them.

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