Israeli warplanes at dawn Saturday bombed several sites in the Gaza Strip, with no reported casualties.
Local sources told a reporter for the Palestinian Information Center (PIC) that airstrikes targeted a plot of cultivated land near the eastern cemetery in the east of Gaza City and a site in the east of al-Tuffah neighborhood.
They added that at least four air-to-surface missiles were also fired by a warplane towards an agricultural tract of land in the east of Deir al-Balah in central Gaza.
Luckily, no one was hurt in the aerial attacks, which only caused widespread panic among civilians in Gaza.
The Israeli occupation army claimed the air raids were in response to the launch of rockets from Gaza towards Israeli areas.
Yedioth Ahronoth newspaper said that Israel’s anti-missile batteries, the Iron Dome, intercepted only one Palestinian rocket while two others landed in open areas of land near Sderot settlement in the Negev.