Israeli Airstrike Hits Gaza House
An early morning Israeli air strike hits a house in Gaza City, wounding a young child. The military say they were targeting a weapons manufacturing site.
An Israeli air strike wounded at least one man and his 10-year-old daughter when it hit a house in the Alzayton neighborhood, south of Gaza City in the early hours of Sunday.
Fire-fighters battled to put out the raging fire inside the house.
Ashraf Badwan, who lives next door to the house that was targeted, rushed his daughter Sondos to a local hospital.
The Israeli military said that overnight an IAF aircraft targeted a weapon manufacturing site in the northern Gaza Strip.
Direct hits were confirmed and secondary explosions were identified.
The site was targeted in response to the ongoing rocket fire from the Gaza Strip