It was stated that Israeli planes hit some points in Gaza after the ceasefire reached with Palestinian groups came into effect.
Despite the ceasefire between the Tel Aviv administration and the Palestinian groups, which came into effect at 22:00 local time, under the mediation of Egypt, Israeli planes continued to strike Gaza.
In a written statement made by the Israeli army, it was stated that in response to the rockets fired from Gaza, rocket launchers were hit with targets belonging to Islamic Jihad.
The Israeli Public Broadcasting Organization (KAN) and Yedioth Ahronot newspaper reported that a large number of rockets were fired from Gaza to the cities on Israel’s southern border and warning sirens sounded.
The ceasefire, which was reached in the evening between Israel and the Palestinian groups in Gaza, which has been carrying out air strikes on the Gaza Strip since 9 May, entered into force at 22:00 local time.
The ceasefire includes an end to the targeting of civilians and the destruction of civilian settlements.
On Tuesday, May 9, the Israeli army launched an attack on the besieged Gaza, arguing that it targeted the leadership of the Islamic Jihad Movement.
While 33 Palestinians, including 6 children and 3 women, have lost their lives in the Israeli attacks, 93 Palestinians, including 32 children and 17 women, have been injured.
Six members of the executive staff of Islamic Jihad were among those killed in Israel’s attacks on Gaza.
Palestinian groups responded to these attacks by firing more than a thousand rockets and mortar shells from Gaza to the Israeli side.
An Israeli was killed when one of the rockets fired from Gaza hit a residential building in the city of Rehovot on 11 May.