Gaza, ALRAY - Two Gaza people have been injured in two separate Israeli bombings on Thursday evening.
Israeli fighter jets raided on farming land in Gaza's al-Nafaq district, where hundreds of homes just cleared from the floods of Alexa storm, leaving one injured.
They also bombed a military training zone that belong to al-Qassam Brigades in central Gaza Strip near Netsarim area, a freed Israeli colony. One civilian was reported injured.
Ashraf al-Qidra, Spokesman of Ministery of Health, said one moderate injury case has been admitted to al-Shifa Hospital.
Israeli occupation military launched two days earlier on Tuesday 12 air raids and shells on the Gaza Strip, killing Hala al-Buhairi, a three-year-old girl from al-Maghazi refugee camp in central Gaza Strip, and injuring 14 others.
This evening escalation comes on the eve of the fifth anniversary of Israel's Operation Cast Lead, which lasted for 22 days from December 27, 2008 to January 17, 2009. The Israeli onslaught claimed the lives of more than 1400 Palestinians and injured thousands.