The Israeli military struck back against Hamas terror installations early Friday morning following an unprovoked rocket attack against Tel Aviv; destroying over ‘100 targets’ throughout the Gaza Strip.
“Overnight, Israeli warplanes hit some 100 Hamas targets in Gaza. The army said targets included an office complex in Gaza City used to plan and command Hamas militant activities, an underground complex that served as Hamas’ main rocket-manufacturing site and a center used for Hamas drone development,” reports the Associated Press.
“Also Friday, a Hamas official said an agreement to restore calm has been reached. The official, speaking on condition of anonymity because Hamas has yet to announce the deal, said Egypt led meditation efforts ‘that have apparently paid off,’” adds the report.
According to sources, the two rockets may have been launched as a result of a “misfire,” prompting Israeli warning sirens to blare across the Jewish State for the first time since 2014.
Read the full report at the Associated Press.