Sirens are sounding again in the settlements surrounding the Gaza Strip
Today, Thursday, sirens sounded in the settlements surrounding the Gaza Strip, after a 13-hour pause.
According to Palestinian media, sirens sounded coinciding with the renewed resistance firing of rockets towards the settlements located on the border.
Israeli war machine missiles
Dozens of Palestinian citizens were martyred, others were injured, and dozens of homes, buildings, residential apartments, and public and private property were destroyed in various areas of the Gaza Strip, by the Israeli war machine’s missiles and its continuous missiles for the twentieth day in a row.
The Palestinian News Agency correspondent reported that a citizen was killed and others were injured in a bombing by an Israeli warplane on a house for the Al-Ran family in the town of Beit Lahia, north of the Gaza Strip.
Israeli warplanes targeted two homes for the Abu Hasira and Abdul Latif families, over the heads of their residents, on Al-Nafaq Street in the center of Gaza City, which led to the death of a number of citizens and the injury of dozens, as a number of them were transferred to Al-Shifa Hospital, west of the city, and others are still under the rubble.
The targeting led to a major fire in a juice factory, a tire warehouse, and a number of stores and shops near the site.
13 citizens, including children and women, were martyred, and more than 20 others were injured when the occupation warplanes bombed a house for the Al-Astal family in the western line of the city of Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip.
Israeli warplanes also targeted a residential apartment in Al-Razan Tower near Kamal Adwan Hospital in the town of Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip, causing casualties and injuries at the site.
Israeli media reports revealed the whereabouts of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his wife, after the surprise attack carried out by Hamas inside Israeli territory on October 7th.
Channel 13 reported that Netanyahu and his wife, Sarah, reside in a villa in Jerusalem, owned by American billionaire Simon Falick.
She pointed out that the villa is located in the “Talpiot” neighborhood, southeast of Jerusalem, stressing that the Prime Minister’s official residence on Azza Street in the same city is still subject to daily cleaning despite being empty.
Furthermore, the Netanyahu family reportedly brought their personal cook, whose salary is paid by the Israeli government, to the Falic estate, the Jerusalem Post reported.
She explained that this is a violation of the laws, which do not allow a state employee to work in a private home.
“It is not clear whether Valek and his family are also currently residing in the home,” she continued.