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Israel Faces Barrage of Rockets from Palestine, Sets off Sirens in Tel Aviv

The Palestinian Resistance has revealed that it targeted the Israeli regime’s capital, Tel Aviv, with a large barrage of rockets, setting off sirens and causing panic across the city for the first time since February.

The Qassam Brigades “bombarded Tel Aviv with a large rocket barrage in response to the Zionist massacres against civilians,” the group said in a statement on Sunday May 26. 

The Israeli army admitted that the rockets were launched from Gaza’s Rafah city, where the Israeli army is currently carrying out massive operations, with indiscriminate bombings from its fighter jets, endangering the lives of more than 1.5 million internally displaced Palestinians, currently cramped together under inhumane conditions. 

According to reports, the rockets were fired from very close to “where Israeli forces are stationed. They looked like long-range rockets, which led to hindrances in the Israeli Dome intercepting them.”

Video footage and images erupted on social media, confirming that the rockets made impact in a number of areas, causing damage and resulting in three injuries. 

The Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) movement’s Quds Brigades simultaneously announced a rocket barrage attacking the illegal Israeli settlements of the Gaza envelope on the same day. 

“Hamas launched a volley of ten rockets at noon today (Sunday) at the cities of Ramat Hasharon, Petah Tikva Ra’anana in Basra, Yakum, Rashpon Herzliya, Kfar Saba, and Tel Aviv,” Hebrew newspaper Maariv reported. 

It highlights that the Palestinian Resistance has been carrying out “psychological terror” against the Israeli regime, especially with its latest announcement of taking new soldiers as prisoners in northern Gaza on May 25, with the videos of prisoners’ bodies released the same day. 

It notes that Hamas has been conducting “psychological terror” against Israel, particularly with its latest announcement of taking new soldiers as prisoners in northern Gaza on 25 May and the videos of prisoners’ bodies released that same day. 

According to Israeli sources, rockets were also fired from the north of the strip and towards Sderot. 

The attacks somehow synchronized with rockets fired at northern Israel from Lebanon, leading to massive fires near the Malikiya site. 

“Ten rockets fell in the center of the country, and the media is in an uproar – the country is in turmoil. Every day, dozens of rockets are fired towards the … conflict zone settlements and the Galilee, including anti-tank missiles and suicide drones, and the country remains silent. Once again, it’s proof that the north is not being counted,” said the head of the Mateh Asher settler council in the Galilee, Moshe Davidovitz.

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