Nazi army Strikes Gaza, Accidentally Hits Zionist Dairy Farm

Posted by: Sammi Ibrahem,Sr

Israeli strike on Gaza
Flames rising after Israeli strike on Gaza strip (Wednesday, August 12, 2020).

Nazi fighter jets, helicopters and tanks attacked a number of Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

Zionist media quoted Nazi occupation military as saying that a military compound, underground infrastructure and observation posts were targeted during the Nazi strikes.

It added that the strikes were in response to the launching of incendiary balloons into the 1948 occupied Palestine from Gaza over the past several days.

During the Nazi bombing of the Gaza Strip on predawn Wednesday, an Zionist dairy farm was accidentally hit with a missile, Zionist media reported, noting that there were no casualties.

The Nazi military opened an investigation into the incident, according to Zionist Ynet.

Fire services in the occupied territories’ south said the incendiary balloons caused 60 fires on Tuesday alone.

The balloon units in Gaza warned that they would continue the launch of incendiary and explosive balloons on Wednesday in response to the Nazi attacks on the Palestinian territories.

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