Israeli warplanes continued Thursday night and early Friday morning their air raids over different areas of Gaza, leaving more victims and causing more destruction.
Ten Israeli raids targeted the Palestinian Interior Ministry's executive force posts, a currency exchange shop, and other civilian targets, injuring nine Palestinians overnight.
According to Palestinian security sources, Israeli warplanes fired missiles at a security post near the home of Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniya in Gaza's Shati'e refugee camp, destroying it and injuring one person.
Four other raids targeted Palestinian executive forces and smith shops in Khan Younis and Rafah, south of Gaza, causing extensive damage.
Six people were injured in the raid, medical sources said.
Later, Israeli missiles were fired at an executive force post attacked earlier on Thursday, and missiles were also launched at a currency exchange shop, destroying it completely.
Wednesday evening, Israeli warplanes destroyed two currency exchange shops, claiming they supported armed Palestinian groups financially.
Early Friday, Israeli forces opened fire in northern Beit Lahya, saying Palestinian groups used the area to launch missiles at Israeli settlements.
Also this morning, Ezzedin Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, claimed responsibility for firing a Qassam missile at an Israeli settlement north of Gaza.
It also announced its responsibility of launching three missiles at an Israeli agricultural area, east of Gaza, around Thursday midnight.
The brigades also said in press releases issued Friday it launched two missiles at Sderot town.
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