Israeli drones and fighter jets carried out several strikes on Saturday morning in the Gaza Strip, causing heavy damage.
The Middle East Monitor reported that a drone fired one missile at the centre of the Gaza Strip, followed by four other missiles fired by fighter jets that destroyed the site and caused a fire.
In the southeast of Gaza City, an Israeli jet also fired two missiles at the Malaka site, destroying the whole area of the Field Control Forces.
It also added that a drone fired two missiles north of Beit Lahiya and a third east of Beit Hanoun, north of the Gaza Strip, destroying security sites and damaging nearby homes.
The Israeli occupation army claimed the attacks came following a missile fired from the Gaza Strip, which is intercepted by Israel's Iron Dome.
The Israeli military said in a statement; “In response to the rocket attack, Israel Defence Forces aircraft struck a number of Hamas terror targets in the Gaza Strip."
The air attack comes a day after Israel launched military raids on Jenin in the occupied West Bank in which three Palestinians were killed and 10 were wounded.