Rights group: Israel bombed civilian property in Gaza
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Israeli warplanes struck civilian properties during early morning raids Wednesday which injured 10 Palestinians, a rights group said.
The Palestinian Center for Human Rights said two women and a child were among those injured in the strike on the Al-Tufah neighborhood east of Gaza City.
A factory was destroyed, a pharmacy belonging to the Health Ministry was set on fire and a school and warehouses were damaged in the bombing, PCHR said.
Medicines donated by international delegations were damaged by the strike, which caused a fire in the pharmacy. Gaza Health Ministry official Munir Al-Barsh said the bombing would exacerbate the shortage of medicine in the besieged coastal enclave.
Entire classrooms, windows and doors of the Nour Al-Maaref Standard School were destroyed in the attack, PCHR said.
Sources: Ma'an News Agency
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