Israeli aircrafts pound Gaza
Israeli regime's aircraft hit resistance fronts' positions in Beit Lahia, in northern Gaza strip on Wednesday.
According to Reuters, the attacks came hours after rockets from the Palestinian enclave triggered sirens, forcing the Israeli regime's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu off the stage at an election rally in Israel.
Hours earlier, bodyguards rushed Netanyahu to shelter in the southern Israeli city of Ashdod when the sirens sounded during a Tuesday evening rally, a week ahead of a general election.
The regime's fighter jets, drones, helicopters, and artillery have been pounding various parts of the Gaza Strip in recent weeks.
The Zionist regime has put on its agenda a new round of airstrikes on the Gaza Strip since December 2017.
Thousands of Palestinians have been martyred and injured in Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip.
The Israeli regime seized Gaza in a 1967 invasion and forced its people out in 2005. The Zionist regime has maintained a marine-aerial-land blockade on Gaza since 2006 and along with Egypt imposes tough restrictions at land borders.