Two rockets fired on Israel land in Gaza

Women protesting during the second intifada in 2000. Once clashes are over they are rarely included in the peace process  AFP

Women protesting during the second intifada in 2000. Once clashes are over they are rarely included in the peace process AFP

Earlier in the day, Israel troops were heavily deployed on the outskirts of Gaza city in anticipation of any possible protests by Palestinians.

Israel has struck Gaza Thursday night with warplanes and tanks, according to Israeli army, APA reports quoting Anadolu agency.

Illustrative image of a previous strike on Gaza.

At around 6:30 pm sirens sounded in the Shaar Hanegev Regional Council in the northwestern Negev.

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Israeli security forces are reportedly preparing ahead of Friday prayers in Jerusalem after a number of security assessments concluded that tomorrow (Friday) will likely be more chaotic than today.

Militants fired on Thursday makeshift rockets from the Gaza Strip into southern Israel in response to USA recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, eyewitnesses said.

Israeli Air Force is bombing several targets in Gaza on Thursday in response to a volley of mortar fire from Palestinian militants, as tensions escalate after President Donald Trump recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

Hamas chief Ismail Haniya warned Tuesday that a USA decision to move its embassy to Jerusalem and recognise the city as Israel's capital would be a "dangerous escalation" that crosses "every red line".

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