At the beginning of the Israeli army, it announced that it had launched aircraft in "terrorist locations in Gaza" and that, following the launch of the missile missiles at Tel Aviv, a series of retaliatory actions had been taken
. Gaza. Details of "Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) tweeted .
The Associated Press attacks took place in Khan Youni, about 15 miles south of Gaza.
Reported Hamas naval base reported with Palestinian media
After the original war soldiers issued a "missile warning" explaining
The Armed Forces added "The missiles extracted from #Gaza #TelAviv earlier this evening started by the Hamas terrorist organization."
"Sirens sounded in southern Israel," "Follow-up" .
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Israeli response was given after IDF confirmed that Thursday night, two missiles from Hamas-controlled Gaza began in Tel Aviv city
The media first reported that one of the missiles was detained in Iron Dome missile defense. However, IDF later said that none of the missiles was added, adding that they landed at sea or on open ground.
People living in the area reported an explosion without sirens. It was not clear what caused this explosion.
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There was no early warning of attack and officials worked to find out who fired the missile, Brig. Chief Representative of the Israeli Army General Ronen Manel said:
There was no direct responsibility.
It's an evolving story.
Fox News Samuel Chamberlain and The Associated Press Contributed to this Report