Israel has acknowledged the airstrikes on Gaza. Palestinian security sources were quoted as saying that Israel had launched an airstrike in Gaza. Acknowledging this, the Israeli military said its plane struck Hamas' armed complexes in the Gaza Strip early Wednesday. It was told that this attack was in response to incendiary balloons from the Palestinian territory, which was sent there by terrorists for shelter. According to the military, these balloon bombs caused fires in many places in southern Israel.
In a statement, the military said it is "ready for all scenarios, including a renewed fight to counter the continuing terrorist acts from Gaza." Let us tell you that after May 21, once again air strikes and balloon bombs have sparked again between Israel and Gaza. A ceasefire was reached on 21 May, which ended after 11 days of fierce fighting, in which 260 Palestinians were killed and 13 Israelis were killed.
The Jerusalem fire, which raged between Israel and Gaza for several days, now threatens to flare up again. Let us tell you that hundreds of strong Israeli nationalists paraded in East Jerusalem on Tuesday in a show of strength. This development has created trouble not only a few weeks after the war with Hamas terrorists in the Gaza Strip. After this, Palestinians in Gaza responded by releasing balloons and said that this march was a provocative act. Two days ago, a coalition government was formed in Israel under the leadership of Naftali Bennett.