Gaza, ALRAY - Israeli warplanes waged on Wednesday early morning a series of raids against sites of Palestinian resistance across Gaza Strip.
Local media sources reported that Israeli warplanes struck a site for resistance faction near the American university area north-west of Biet Lahia northern Gaza.
Israeli Helicopters struck a resistance site to the west of Dier al-Balah with two rockets, then F-16 planes struck the same site with four rockets.
Israeli warplanes also struck a resistance site eats of Attufah neighborhood east of Gaza.
Big damages were reported in the struck sites and surrounded area, many panic cases among civilians reported, no injuries.
Palestinian resistance factions responded by firing rockets towards Israeli settlements around Gaza.
Earlier on Tuesday evening, Israeli media reported that Palestinian rockets, fired from Gaza, were landed in Ashdod, causing damages and five light injuries.
Hundreds of Palestinians protested Tuesday in the occupied West Bank and the Gaza Strip, denouncing the Emirati and Bahraini normalisation agreements with Israel .
The deals, brokered by the United States, were signed on Tuesday at the White House, where Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Bahraini and Emirati officials.