Gaza gets bombed by air at night
Gaza, March 24 Thursday, Israeli warplanes carried out an over-night air raid across Gaza.
The Israeli warplanes launched a missile on a tunnel, east of Salah al-Din gate in Rafah, in the southern Gaza Strip.
The Israeli warplanes targeted with four missiles "Bader" security HQ that belongs to Hamas located in the area of “Netsarim” former settlement, south of Gaza City.
The heavy shelling caused the sound of huge explosions and hit high-voltage power lines causing power outages across entire neighborhoods in southern part of Gaza City.The high-voltage power lines sparked a fire that quickly starting spreading before the firefighters came and put it out.
This came only minutes after Netanyahu declared that he gave the green light for his military to hit targets in Gaza by air.
Adham Abu Salmeyah, health ministry official, said that no casualties were reported but a huge number of children were terrorized because of the heavy shelling and power outages.