Israeli artillery shells two Hamas positions in northern Gaza Strip
Israeli artillery units have struck the northern part of the Gaza Strip as the Tel Aviv regime presses ahead with its acts of aggression against the besieged Palestinian coastal sliver.
The Arabic-language Palestine al-Yawm news agency reported that Israeli forces targeted two military positions belonging to Hamas resistance movement in Beit Lahia city on Wednesday afternoon.
Later on, Israeli military aircraft fired six rockets at a Hamas naval base in Deir al-Balah. The warplanes struck a target in Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip as well.
There were no immediate reports of possible casualties and the extent of damage caused.
The strikes came hours after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was forced to flee and seek shelter during a campaign event in the port city of Ashdod ahead of next week's snap legislative elections as rockets fired from the Gaza Strip threatened the area.