IDF says it hit over 400 targets in Gaza over past day, including more than 50 in Khan Younis area

The Israel Defense Forces says it carried out airstrikes against over 400 targets across the Gaza Strip in the past day since Hamas violated the truce and fighting resumed.

The military says fighter jets attacked over 50 targets in the Khan Younis area in “extensive” strikes in the southern part of the enclave.

Troops on the ground in northern Gaza directed airstrikes on a number of targets, including on a mosque that was used by the Palestinian Islamic Jihad terror group as an operational headquarters.

Naval forces also carried out strikes on Hamas infrastructure in the south, including on maritime equipment used by Hamas.

The military also said that a number of terror cells were eliminated, and that targets hit included an ammunition depot.

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