A 13-story residential building in Gaza has reportedly been crashed on Tuesday night in the aftermath of an Israeli airstrike, sources revealed that, and three people were severely maimed in a revengeful strike from Gaza on Tel Aviv.
Newsmax Tv reported that some video footage revealed that three rising of thick smoke were observed from the Gaza tower, although the upper stories are still unscathed as they fell. The building is reportedly used for offices utilized by the political leadership of the enclave’s Islamist rulers, Hamas.
Electricity in the surrounding area allegedly tripped off and inhabitants were could only see through flashlight.
However, some moment after the attack, Hamas and the Islamic Jihad group announced they would react by also firing retaliating rockets at Tel Aviv.
The U.S. State Department also urged both sides to halt war moves.
The Israel Airports Authority declared openly, it had curtailed take-offs at Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion airport “to allow defence of (the) nation’s skies.”