According to “Russia Today”, the Israeli military said on March 14 that two rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip to Tel Aviv, triggering an alarm, but no casualties. On the 15th, Israel suddenly attacked Gaza, claiming to be a rocket attack in retaliation.
In the early morning of the 15th local time, Khan Younis in the southern part of the Gaza Strip exploded. The Israel Defense Forces stated that it is fighting “terrorist targets.”
Earlier, the Israeli military said that on the evening of the 14th local time, two rockets registered in the Gaza Strip were shot from the Gaza Strip to Tel Aviv, triggering an air strike warning, causing no casualties. Initial reports said that the Israeli “iron shovel” anti-rocket system was clearly launched, shooting down one of the rockets, and another rocket hit an open area, but the Israeli military quickly denied the news.
According to reports, no organization has announced responsibility for the attack, but Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett told the “Russian Today” reporter that he believes that the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) has this incident. responsibility.
“In the past year, Hamas has been launching rockets in southern Israel. Now they are shooting rockets into the Tel Aviv area. It is time to defeat Hamas, and now it is time to militarize the Gaza Strip.” Tali said.
After the attack, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held an emergency meeting with his security leaders at the IDF headquarters. According to reports, the military agreed to carry out a “strong, planned” response. However, Hamas is extremely rare to provide assistance to Israel to find the perpetrators of the attack.
According to the report, this is the first time that the Gaza Strip has fired rockets at Tel Aviv since the Gaza War in 2014.