Four Palestinians wounded in Israel air attacks on Gaza

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The israeli army has bombed Tuesday of the sites of the Hamas on the Gaza strip, which injured three people in retaliation to a rocket hit a little earlier in the south of Israel, said official sources.

Head of the Emergency department, Ayman al-Sahbani, said that Shifa Hospital received three injuries, two of them were light injuries, and one, 26-year-old was hit with a shrapnel in the head.

Rockets are fired into Israel from Gaza from time to time, usually by militants opposed to Hamas.

According to a source within Gaza reported by the Agence France-Presse news agency, Israel's strike caused significant damage to two bases belonging to Hamas's military wing.

A rocket from Gaza aimed in the direction of the southern coastal city of Ashkelon Tuesday evening caused sirens to wail in the southern coastal city.

Hamas spokesman, Hazem Qasem, rejected Israel's claims.

The rocket fire comes just a few days after IDF soldiers spotted a drone that took off from Gaza and crashed in Israeli territory. "The IDF holds the Hamas terrorist organization exclusively responsible for the occurrences in the Gaza Strip", the IDF Spokesperson said in a statement.

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