Israel strikes Gaza after rocket fire

Israel strikes Gaza after rocket fire

Israel strikes Gaza after rocket fire

Head of Hamas's politburo Ismail Haniyeh announced on Thursday that the peace process between Palestinians and Israelis is "buried forever", following US President's decision to recognize Al-Quds as Israeli capital.

According to initial reports, "a red alert was activated" by the app in that region.

The Israeli military said on Thursday that an aircraft and a tank had targeted two posts belonging to terrorists in the Gaza Strip after three rockets were launched at Israel.

"Following the sirens that were sounded in Hof Ashkelon & Sha'ar HaNegev regional councils in southern Israel earlier this evening, 2 launches from Gaza towards Israel landed within the Gaza Strip", IDF tweeted. The protesters also clashed with Israeli security forces firing tear gas and stun grenades, as well as rubber bullets and live ammunition.

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Residents in the Gaza Strip reported that there were no casualties from the strikes, according to Reuters.

Both Israelis and Palestinians lay claim to Jerusalem, although Israel has retained control over the city since 1967.

Velayati vehemently censured Washington's move, deeming it "another stain of shame on USA policies" in advocating "violence, repression, undermining the oppressed people's rights, and destabilizing the region" aimed at preserving the interests of the Israeli regime.

Trump also said the United States would move its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, though he set no timetable for that.

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