The Israeli army on Tuesday said it had carried out more than 200 raids on Gaza overnight, claiming it struck military installations of the Palestinian Hamas group.
In a statement released on X, the Israeli army said its warplanes and navy vessels struck military installations of the Hamas group, including a weapons storage site. It claimed weapons were stored in a mosque.
It also said the army struck an apartment used as a storage for anti-tank guided missiles and a high-rise tower used by the Hamas group among other targets.
Meanwhile, the Interior Ministry in Gaza said in a statement that all Israeli raids targeted civilians and residential areas.
The Gaza-based media office on Monday said that the Israeli army committed 15 massacres against Palestinian families during their raids on Gaza.
The Palestinian Hamas group launched Operation Al-Aqsa Flood against Israel early Saturday, firing a barrage of rockets and infiltrating Israel by land, air, and sea. It said the surprise attack was in response to the storming of Al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied East Jerusalem and increased settler violence against Palestinians.