The artillery of the Israeli occupation bombed, yesterday evening, Tuesday, several targets in the northern and central Gaza Strip, without any injuries among Palestinian citizens.

In details, the Israeli artillery bombed, twice, a field observation point belonging to the Palestinian resistance east of Beit Hanoun, in the northern Gaza Strip.

Damages in an Israeli bombardment targeting several locations in the Gaza Strip

Yesterday evening, Israeli artillery fired a number of shells at monitoring points for the Palestinian resistance in separate areas of the eastern borders of the Gaza Strip.

The "Palestine News" correspondent in Gaza reported that artillery fired 3 shells at a resistance monitoring point east of Al-Maghazi camp in the central Gaza Strip, which caused one of them to fall near Palestinian homes, causing damage to them, but no injuries were reported.

Artillery also fired two shells at a monitoring point east of the Juhr al-Dik area, to the east of the central sector.

The artillery fired two shells at another point east of the town of Beit Hanoun in the northern Gaza Strip, causing damage to the site, but no injuries.

Warplanes are flying extensively in the airspace of the Gaza Strip, amid intense drones flying.

An Israeli military spokesman claimed that a missile fired from the Gaza Strip landed in an open area of   the western Negev without casualties or damage.