According to Wafa correspondent, Israeli planes fired two missiles north-west of Beit Lahiya, in the north of the Palestinian enclave, causing damage to nearby homes.
The attack comes hours after similar air attacks on positions in northern and southern Ghaza that caused serious material damage, but did not injure.
In a previous Israeli escalation last November, at least 1252 Palestinian homes had been hit in Ghaza, 77 of which were demolished, the undersecretary of the Ministry of Public Works and Housing in Ghaza, Naji Sarhan, said. .
According to the official, dozens of Israeli raids "targeted civilian buildings and housing" in the enclave during the recent escalation, in addition to other major damage that affected, among others, the surroundings of these buildings, stores, in addition to the destruction of telephone and electricity networks.
Last November, the Ghaza gang, which is struggling to rebuild following Israeli military aggression against the Palestinian territory between 2008 and 2014, was the scene of a violent escalation in which at least 14 Palestinians were killed and dozens more wounded.