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Israeli warplanes carried out a series of raids on Thursday targeting two sites belonging to Palestinian resistance groups in the Gaza Strip.
An Anadolu Agency correspondent said fighter jets fired missiles at a site belonging to Palestinian resistance groups in the city of Beit Lahia in northern Gaza.
Warplanes also bombed another resistance site at Khan Yunus in the southern Gaza Strip.
As of 8:15 a.m. (GMT), the Palestinian Health Ministry announced no casualties as a result of the bombing, while there was no immediate comment from the IDF.
Earlier this Thursday, Israel sent a message to Hamas threatening a new military operation in the event the movement does not stop sending incendiary balloons from the Gaza Strip to Israeli territories.
The private Israeli channel “13” reported that the Israeli delegation, which is currently in Cairo, sent messages to “Hamas” through Egyptian intelligence services.
A delegation from Israel’s National Security Council arrived in Egypt on Thursday, where it will hold talks in Cairo to discuss a potential long-term conflict with “Hamas” in Gaza.
Israel conducted intense raids on the Gaza Strip for 11 days from May 10 to 21, killing and injuring thousands.
Palestinian groups responded by firing rockets at Israel.
* Translated from Arabic by Hajar Chernis
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