One Palestinian citizen was slightly injured and others went into a state of panic on Tuesday night when the Israeli occupation army bombed homes in the embattled Gaza Strip.
According to local sources, an artillery projectile fired by an Israeli tank landed on a house belonging to the family of Abdul-Jawad in al-Maghazi refugee camp in central Gaza.
In addition to the material damage the house sustained, the attack injured one citizen in his left leg and sparked panic among the residents in the house and area. The casualty received medical assistance in Aqsa Martyrs Hospital.
A few minutes later, the Israeli artillery bombed six resistance posts in the east of al-Maghazi camp, Deir al-Balah, Johr ad-Dik, Beit Hanoun, az-Zeitoun and Beit Lahia.
The artillery shelling of these areas caused damage to some homes and buildings and widespread panic among civilians.
The artillery attacks happened after the Israeli occupation army claimed that a rocket landed in an open area near the community of Nahal Oz (settlement).