Egypt's development portfolio in 2020 amounted to $25bn: Al-Mashat    Afreximbank equips Banque du Caire with $200m intra-African finance    Defender De Ligt to miss Netherlands opener at Euro 2020    Pandemic relapse spells trouble for India's middle class    Saudi Arabia says hajj to be limited to 60,000 in kingdom    Nakheel Development to begin construction on Trio V Tower at New Capital    13 hurt in downtown Austin shooting; suspect not in custody    With military victory elusive, W.African nations quietly back talks with Islamists    Olympics: China's Su runs 100m in 9.98 seconds in Tokyo trials    UN official accuses Eritrean forces of deliberately starving Tigray    France are in 'group of death' at Euros, says striker Ben Yedder    Egypt detects 733 new coronavirus infections, 37 deaths on Friday    Egypt's PM opens first African investment authorities' forum in Sharm El-Sheikh    Egypt's Prime Minister reviews report on efforts to provide COVID-19 treatment protocols    Egypt's Cabinet denies using internationally banned antibiotics in poultry farms    Celebrating 87th birthday of late Egyptian actress Zahrat El-Oula Bakir    Egypt Red Crescent, International Migration Organisation to provide 20 tonnes of aid to Gaza    Decision to impose 14% VAT on Egypt's online food deliveries necessary to achieve tax justice: Official    Historic decisions to empower women in Egypt    Mbappé, Foden, Havertz: Europe's young stars search for glory    Annual inflation rate down to 4.9% in May: CAPMAS    France's Benzema eyes national team return    Euro 2020 to kick off Friday following COVID-19 delay    Arab League warns of curtailed nuclear non-proliferation treaty as Israel backs away    Egypt's Cabinet approves presidential pardon of prisoners to mark July Revolution    Egypt, Sudan call for international community intervention to help settle GERD crisis    Egypt's Al-Sisi discusses GERD developments with Tanzanian counterpart    World Bank: Egypt's real GDP to grow 5.5% in FY 2022/23    Egypt's stocks bloom in green as benchmark EGX 30 grows 0.79% on Wednesday    Korean Cultural Center organises Korean Language Speech and Writing Competition    Egypt, France discuss boosting bilateral relations    Opinion| Egyptian President Al-Sisi's visit to Djibouti and Ethiopia's isolation    A triumph of the people    Bottom is the latest at Lycee El Horreya Theatre, Alexandria    Nada Mobarak's Look them in the Eye show is a must see    Installation work on atrium, grand staircase completed at Grand Egyptian Museum    Egypt is on short list of partner countries for U.S. COVID-19 vaccines: embassy    Rafah crossing to Gaza open for 24th day    Jodie Foster to be special guest at 74th Cannes Opening Ceremony    Russia to resume charter flights to Egypt resorts in the coming days    Biden administration to send surplus U.S. COVID-19 vaccines to Egypt, several countries    Russia expects to resume charter flights to Egypt resorts in near future    Egypt's Sisi announces allocation of $500 million for reconstruction in war-wrecked Gaza    On International Museum Day, Egypt opens two new museums at Cairo Airport    Egypt's Ahly is establishing a new stadium, expected to be 'sports complex'    Old Cairo's Al-Fustat will be revamped on Egyptian President's directives    Veteran Egyptian journalist Makram Mohamed Ahmed passes away at 86    Allianz Egypt partners with IGNITE to equip brand ambassadors for 2021 Olympics    







Thank you for reporting!
This image will be automatically disabled when it gets reported by several people.





Israel continues targeting Gaza, Palestinian resistance responds with missiles
48 Palestinians killed in most recent clashes, including 14 children, 3 women
Published in Daily News Egypt on 12 - 05 - 2021

About 48 Palestinians have been killed, including 14 children and three women, as the Israeli occupation forces continued their aggression on the besieged Gaza Strip, on Wednesday.
The Israeli forces targeted several buildings and residential neighbourhoods as part of the ongoing clashes. About 304 Palestinians have been wounded, some seriously.
Meanwhile, the number of Israelis killed by missile strikes from Palestinian resistance movements reached five, after the announcement that a man and his daughter were killed in the city of Lod. The Palestinian resistance used the SH85 missiles in the strike on Tel Aviv for the first time.
The missile strikes left two Israelis dead in Ashkelon, a third in the city of Rishon Lezion, and two in the city of Lod. In addition, 26 were wounded, including some seriously, according to Israeli media.
On Wednesday, the Izz Ad-Din Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Palestinian resistant movement, Hamas, said that it targeted an Israeli military vehicle in the northern Gaza Strip with a guided missile.
An Israeli soldier was killed in the operation, while three others were wounded, leaving two of them in a serious case.
Gaza's Ministry of Interior said that the successive raids conducted by occupation aircraft resulted in the destruction of all buildings belonging to the police headquarters in the Gaza Strip.
The head of the Hamas military intelligence security apparatus and the commander of the Anti-Espionage Division were killed during the attacks.
The Palestinian resistance targeted Tel Aviv and its suburbs with 130 missiles, in response to the Israeli warplanes targeting residential towers in the Gaza Strip.
Targets included the Ben Gurion Airport, while the "Iron Dome" system had failed to intercept a large number of Palestinian missiles. Air traffic was suspended at Ben Gurion Airport after the strikes from Gaza.


Clic here to read the story from its source.