Flame and smoke are seen during an Israeli air strike in Gaza City March 25, 2019.
(photo credit: REUTERS/SUHAIB SALEM)
"When you arrive at the location that used to be your headquarters, look right, look left," teased Avichay Adraee, who is in charge of the IDF’s social media in the Arab world, in a social media post to Hamas leader Ismail Abdel Salam Ahmed Haniyeh on Tuesday night.
"Is it right to endanger the lives of the residents of the Gaza Strip? Are Yehya Snowar and Mohammed Deif putting you in a place that neither you nor the residents of Gaza want to be," Adraee continued. "Don't forget to let us know where your new office is."
The IDF on Tuesday attacked dozens of targets in the Gaza Strip, including a number of compounds belonging to the Hamas terrorist organization in Shati, Beit Hanoun, Saja'iya and other locations throughout the strip. Weapons tunnels, military posts and rocket launching sites were all attacked. The Israeli military even struck Haniyeh's office.
So far overnight, Israeli fighter jets struck several targets in the southern Gazan city of Khan Younis, including a military compound and a weapons manufacturing site belonging to Hamas, the military said.
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