Israeli fighter jets on Sunday struck military posts and facilities belonging to the armed wing of the Islamic Hamas Movement in the Gaza Strip in response to rockets attacks, according to security sources.
The sources said that the Israeli fighter jets struck by air-to-ground missiles military posts and facilities in the central and southern Gaza Strip for the second day in a row, reports Xinhua news agency.
On Friday and Saturday, unknown militants fired two rockets from the Gaza Strip towards Israel, according to Israeli media.
No injuries or damage were reported after the rocket landed on empty areas.
The Hamas-run al-Aqsa television said that witnesses heard the buzz of Israeli army drones and fighter jets, and then several explosions were heard in the southern and central Gaza Strip after striking military posts that belong to the movement.
On Saturday morning, Israeli fighter jets attacked military posts and facilities that belong to Hamas in the northern and central Gaza Strip, according to the sources, which added that no injuries or damage were reported.
In two separate statements on Saturday and Sunday, an Israeli army spokesman said that fighter jets attacked posts that were used for manufacturing homemade rockets besides attacking weapons caches in the Gaza Strip.
(With inputs from IANS)