Gaza, Al Ray - Israeli warplanes on Saturday morning targeted two open areas in the southern governorates of Khan Younis and Rafah, causing no injuries.
Al Ray correspondent said that a missile launched by an Israeli drone on a training zone that belongs to the Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas Movement, east of Khan Younis, followed by an Apache helicopter missile.
The raids caused partial damage to the property inside the site, he said.
In Rafah, our correspondent reported that an Apache helicopter targeted an agricultural land near the Saudi neighborhood in Tal al-Sultan area, west of the city center.
Ambulances arrived at the scene but found no casualties as a result of the raid.
Palestinian media reported unusual deployment of the Israeli military vehicles along the east borders of the Gaza Strip on Friday overnight and an intensified flying of Israeli drones.
The Israeli occupation army declared Friday that three teenagers went ‘missing’ near Gush Etzion settlement near Hebron.
In a brief statement following the announcement of the missing Israelis, who are expected to be kidnaped by Palestinians, the spokesperson of the Al Qassam Brigades said “The [Israeli] occupier will not rest [comfortably] as long as a West Bank resistance fighter is alive.”
Abu Obaida did not claim responsibility for the kidnapping.