Israeli warplanes hit Gaza Islamic University
Israeli war jets struck shortly after midnight a building in the Islamic University of Gaza. Residents in Remal neighborhood in western Gaza City said they heard four huge explosions early Monday that wrecked the whole area, adding that white and gray pillars of smoke were seen coming out of the building, the earthtimes reported.
Israeli drones and F16 warplanes hovered over Gaza City. The buzz of the drones was heard shortly before the four airstrikes were carried out. No injuries were reported.
A building at the female campus in the Islamic University compound that include chemical labs was completely destroyed, sources said.
Shortly before midnight, two Palestinian civilians, including a child, were killed and four were wounded in an Israeli airstrike on northern Gaza Strip town of Beit Lahia, medics and witnesses said.
The death toll in two days of Israeli retaliation for days of Gaza shelling had reached more than 300 Palestinians in Gaza and more than 900 wounded.