While the Zionist regime’s cabinet agreed to widespread airstrikes against Gaza, a spokesman for the regime’s army said Hamas would pay the price.
According to News i, quoting the website of Russia Today, the Zionist regime’s cabinet agreed to carry out large-scale air strikes against Gaza without ground operations in response to the large-scale rocket attacks from Gaza on Quds and Zionist settlements.
A spokesman for the regime’s army also said that the army would launch attacks on Hamas military targets in Gaza and that more troops would be sent there.
According to the spokesman, the military considers the Palestinian rocket attacks a severe aggression against Israel.
The Israeli army, while calling Hamas responsible, threatened that the movement would suffer the consequences of these attacks.
An army spokesman also announced the assassination of three Hamas members in an attack in northern Gaza.
The regime’s army says the three Hamas activists were killed in an airstrike in response to rocket attacks on Israel. One of them is said to be a senior Hamas commander.
Dozens of rockets were fired into the Israeli territory from the Gaza Strip this afternoon, May 10, and sirens sounded in Israeli settlements in the Gaza Strip.
AFP quoted a local reporter as confirming the news, saying that areas in Israel were hit by rockets following new threats from Hamas.
The Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement had threatened hours ago that it would launch a military offensive if Israeli forces did not withdraw from the area around the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, where Palestinians have been threatened with forced migration, by 6 pm local time.