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200 days of aggression: The occupation targets the beaches of Gaza and a series of raids in the north of the Strip

Gaza (UNI/WAFA) - At dawn on Tuesday, Israeli gunboats targeted the beaches of Al-Zawaida, Deir Al-Balah, and Al-Nuseirat, while areas north of the Gaza Strip witnessed a series of “violent” raids, which resulted in the death and injury of a number of citizens, and the destruction of homes and property.

Our correspondents said that after two hundred days of Israeli aggression, occupation warships bombed the beaches of the Al-Zawaida and Deir Al-Balah areas in the central Gaza Strip.

Israeli gunboats also fired shells towards Nuseirat Beach in the central Gaza Strip.

The occupation artillery targeted north of the Nuseirat camp in the center of the Gaza Strip, while warplanes raided Al-Thalatheni Street in the center of Gaza City.

The areas of northern Gaza and the city of Khan Yunis, south of the Strip, witnessed a series of violent raids by occupation aircraft.

On Monday evening, the Israeli occupation forces bombed several areas in the Gaza Strip. Our correspondent reported that the occupation forces entered the town of Beit Hanoun, north of the Strip, from several directions amidst gunfire, while their artillery bombed the vicinity of the shelter centers on Zamo Street in the town.

He added that the occupation artillery targeted Al-Shaimaa Street in Beit Lahia, north of Gaza, while military vehicles and drones opened fire towards Al-Mughraqa and Al-Zahraa in the central Gaza Strip.

The Civil Defense Service in the Gaza Strip announced in a statement that the number of bodies discovered had risen to 283, in a mass grave discovered on Saturday in “Nasser” Hospital in the city of Khan Yunis, south of the Strip, from which the Israeli army withdrew after widespread violations.

The death toll in the Gaza Strip rose to 34151 martyrs and 77084 injured, the majority of whom were children and women, since the start of the Israeli occupation aggression on the seventh of last October.

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