Gaza, ALRAY - Israeli occupation air forces have reportedly bombed two more Palestinian houses in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday night, bringing the total number of demolished houses to 13 in just three days.
Local sources have confirmed that the latest strikes hit the Al-Agha family's house in the Qarara area east of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip and the Al-Musri family's house on Al-Manshiyya Street in Beit Lahia, north of the Gaza Strip. No injuries were reported in either attack.
However, the violence escalated on Thursday morning as Israeli occupation air forces targeted a residential apartment in the city of Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, with a "guided" missile. The attack resulted in the death of three people and left others injured.
According to local sources, 13 houses have been partially or completely destroyed by the warplanes of the occupation forces in various areas of the Gaza Strip since the beginning of the aggression. On the first day of the aggression, the occupation forces destroyed 10 residential houses and apartments, in addition to completely destroying three civilian vehicles.