Two Palestinian resistance fighters from Al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas, were wounded during Israeli aerial attacks late Monday night on targets in the north and south of the besieged Gaza Strip.
The Israeli war planes fired missiles at Al-Qadisiya site, west of Khan Younis, which led to the injury of two Qassam fighters.
Spokesman for medical services Adham Abu Salmiya said that two Palestinians were transferred to Naser hospital, one had his left leg amputated and the other sustained slight injuries.
Shortly after the first air raid, the Israeli occupation carried out another air strike on the house of martyr Majed Muammar in Karam Abu Muammar area between Khan Younis and Rafah in southern Gaza. The house was destroyed without any reported casualties.
Two air strikes were also carried out on the areas of Shaimaa and Abu Safia in northern Gaza and another one on a dairy factory in Muharrat area, west of Khan Younis. Paramedics were sent to the bombed areas to look for casualties.
Last Saturday night, five Palestinian resistance fighters in central Gaza were killed during an aerial attack. The number of Palestinians that were killed by the Israeli occupation during the current month rose to 12 victims, according to official sources.
Meanwhile, the caretaker Palestinian government in the Gaza Strip has asked the world community to restrain the Israeli occupation forces' (IOF) escalation of aggression and unjustified attacks on civilians in the Strip.
The government in a press release on Tuesday condemned the series of IOF aerial raids on different targets in the Strip, without any consideration to civilians or their property, on Monday night.
The air strikes spread panic amongst citizens especially women and children other than causing big damage and casualties.