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Israeli Airstrikes Kill 23, Most of them Civilians

Israel has launched air raids in the last 48 hours across the Gaza strip, killing 23 people, including six women and four children, as reported by the Palestinian Ministry of Health. The death toll continues to unfold.

Three members of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, a constant threat to the zionist regime, were also killed.

The Israeli military spokesperson told reporters the attacks were targeting PIJ members, adding, “We’re aware of some collateral, and we’ll learn more as the day goes ahead.”

Thousands of mourners flocked through Gaza, chanting in tandem as they lifted the bodies of the victims, vowing revenge for the crimes.

Quds News Network reported that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu informed visiting American officials of his plan to attack the Gaza strip prior to the attack. The raids plummeted into Palestinian soil just a day later.

The source further reported that Itamar Ben-Gvir, Israel’s extreme-right National Security Minister, and his political bloc also announced an end to their government boycott following today’s airstrikes on Gaza that resulted in the killing of a total of 23 Palestinians, including four children and six women.

The latest footage depicts the destruction in Ashkelon caused by homemade rockets launched by the Palestinian resistance from Gaza in response to the attack on Palestinian civilians.

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  • Zamena Manekia Manji

    Zamena Manekia Manji is a breaking news writer for TMJ News with experience of over 10 years in the field. Her areas of focus are important breaking stories in North America specifically untold stories from a minority lens.

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