Al-Jazeera correspondent in the Gaza Strip reported that the Palestinian factions fired at intermittent intervals at dawn today, Friday, towards Israeli “quadruplicate” reconnaissance planes that flew at a low altitude in separate areas in the Gaza Strip.
According to the reporter, this is the first time since the cease-fire that Israeli reconnaissance planes have been flying at low altitude over the Gaza Strip.
In turn, Anadolu Agency quoted eyewitnesses as saying that small-sized, dimly lit drones flew over neighborhoods of Gaza City, namely: Al-Zaytoun, Al-Shuja’iya, Al-Tuffah (east), Al-Shati refugee camp, Tel Al-Hawa, Al-Rimal, (west), and Jabalia camp. , Beit Lahia, and the Karama neighborhood, in the northern Gaza Strip.
The agency quoted a security source as saying that more than 10 Israeli drones flew unusually, at low altitudes, especially in the Shejaiya neighborhood, east of the city, and shots were fired towards them in an attempt to bring them down.