Israeli airstrikes hit about 200 Hamas targets in Gaza, the Israel Defense Forces said in an update Monday, a day after the IDF announced it was expanding its ground operations to the entire enclave.
The targets included a school in the northeastern town of Beit Hanoun, which the IDF claimed contained “terror infrastructure” including tunnel shafts stocked with weapons and explosives.
Other airstrikes hit a vehicle holding weapons and an arms storage facility, the IDF said.
The Israeli navy also struck a number of targets overnight, “assisting with the reinforcement of ground troops,” the IDF said.
Expanded operation: The Israel Defense Forces on Sunday announced it is expanding its ground operations to all of Gaza, following the collapse of a truce with Hamas on Friday.
“The IDF is resuming and expanding the ground operation against Hamas’ strongholds across the whole Gaza Strip,” IDF spokesperson Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari told a news conference.
Israeli attacks in Gaza have resulted in the deaths of about 15,200 Palestinians since October 7, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Ramallah, which draws its figures from the Hamas-controlled Ministry of Health in Gaza.
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