Israeli Warplane Targets Civil Administration Building in Gaza

The Israeli armed forces carried out airstrikes in the Gaza Strip, which occurred on Saturday (8/7/2021), local time. The Civil Administration building became an easy target for Israeli warplane missiles.

A Gazan child
A child in Gaza pensively sits in front of her destroyed house. (ACTNews).

ACTNews, GAZA – The Israeli armed forces again carried out airstrikes in the Gaza Strip, Saturday (8/7/2021), local time. Israeli warplanes targeted a government building called the "Civil Administration" in the north of Gaza, according to information received by Anadolu Agency.

No casualties have been reported by the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza. Until now, the scope of damage caused by Israeli warplane missiles is yet to be estimated despite the damage in the Gaza strip.

Previously on May 10, 2021, airstrikes were also carried out by the Israeli settlers, which lasted for 11 days. Dozens of Palestinians were killed and seriously injured.

On Sunday (5/16/2021), Israeli warplanes also unleashed a new series of heavy airstrikes at several locations in Gaza City. Explosions rocked the city from north to south for 10 minutes in an attack that was heavier, on a wider area and lasted longer than a series of air raids 24 hours earlier in which 42 Palestinians were killed.