On Friday, Israeli F-16 warplanes and Apache combat helicopter bombed an area east of Al-Bureij refugee camp, signaling an end to an Egyptian-brokered truce reached Wednesday.
One Palestinian was killed and two other people were critically injured in the strike. The Popular Resistance Committees said in a stetment that the man killed in the attack belonged to their group.
Furthermore, Israeli warplanes targeted Al-Zaytoon district in the Gaza Strip, devastating a house near Al-Farooq Mosque.
The Israeli military said in a statement that it hit "a terrorist squad during preparations to fire a rocket at Israel from the central Gaza Strip."
Following this attack, the Abu Ali Mustafa Brigades, the military wing of the Popular Front for the Liberation of, said it fired four rockets at Israeli targets.
An Israeli army spokeswoman said two rockets landed in southern Israel, causing no injuries.
According to Israeli media, the Israeli military leaders are meeting now to confer the recent escalation and aggression on the Gaza Strip.
For his part, Israeli army chief of stuff , Benny Gantz, told Israeli settlers during a graduation ceremony for Israeli soldiers that if the security situation continued to worsen on the southern borders that the army would be ready to respond to any Palestinian attempt to harm Israeli civilians and soldiers.
It is worth mentioning that the Israeli F-16 warplanes and Apache combat helicopters are still flying in Gaza's sky, occasionally firing missiles as Palestinian resistance movements continue hitting back the Israeli settlements, close to the borders of Gaza Strip.
Meanwhile, Egypt's ambassador to the Palestinian Authority Yasser Othman said that the recent Israeli escalation is unjustified and thoroughly condemned.
Egypt presses on Israel to abort the Israeli military escalation and adhere to truce, Othman said.
More as it becomes available.