Videos from the blast site on Wednesday show a deep crater in the Jambaliya neighborhood of Fallujah
For the second day in a row, a powerful explosion hit the Gaza refugee camp of Jambaliya, destroying several buildings according to Hamas. At the same time, sirens are sounding in many Israeli cities that are targeted by Hamas.
Videos from the scene of the explosion on Wednesday show a deep crater in the Jambaliya neighborhood of Fallujah as people dig through the rubble looking for bodies.
The Civil Defense in Hamas-run Gaza said many people had died in the attack and “large numbers” remained under the rubble in the “second massacre” at the refugee camp.
The Israeli military carried out airstrikes on the Jambaliya refugee camp on Tuesday near Fallujah killing and injuring dozens according to Palestinian authorities.
The IDF said Tuesday’s strikes targeted and killed Ibrahim Biariwhom he described as one of the Hamas commanders responsible for the Oct. 7 attack on Israel that left more than 1,400 dead and hundreds of hostages.
Sirens are sounding in Israeli cities
At the same time, air raid sirens sound across central Israel, including Tel Aviv, Bat Yam, Holon, Rishon Lezion and other areas as they received a barrage of rockets from Gaza.
Sirens were sounded in #TelAviv & surrounding.
No casualties reported yet
– Local sources pic.twitter.com/Sl2KJ079oa
— Palestine Eye 🇦🇪 👁 (@PalastineEye) November 1, 2023
The same scene of war in other cities with sirens warning of an air raid on Shtula and a settlement near the border with Lebanon and in the Upper Galilee.
Just now. Red Alerts/sirens re missiles incoming to Israel. pic.twitter.com/wLcxJzc2Al
— NYCREMilton (@NYCREMilton) November 1, 2023
Earlier, an anti-tank missile was fired at Israel from southern Lebanon with the army returning fire.
Furthermore, the military says it hit a terrorist cell in southern Lebanon that was trying to launch an attack with guided anti-tank missiles.
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