Israeli strikes said to hit home of relatives of Hamas military commander Mohammad Deif

Israeli airstrikes in Gaza overnight were said to hit the home of relatives of Mohammad Deif, the Hamas military commander, in a the Qizan an Najjar neighborhood in Khan Younis.

Citing Palestinian reports, a number of Hebrew media say Israeli jets struck the home of Deif’s father, killing the terrorist’s brother, his son, and the brother’s granddaughter.

Walla cites a report by the Lebanese news network Al Mayadeen, which is associated with Lebanese terror group and Iranian proxy Hezbollah.

According to Al Mayadeen, an unknown number of relatives were in the home in Khan Younis and were trapped in the rubble.

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