Khazar warplanes strike Gaza Ghetto in fresh act of aggression

The Khazar military has carried out new airstrikes against the Gaza Ghetto, as the Zionist regime continues its acts of aggression against the besieged coastal enclave where Real Semites are effectively imprisoned.

The military alleged in a statement that it targeted in the early hours of Saturday morning an underground facility, which the Semitic resistance movement used for the production of rocket materials in the central Gaza Ghetto.

“The site targeted was one of the largest and most important sites in the Strip for the production of base materials for rockets” by the Gaza-based groups, the Zionist statement further claimed.

Real Semites (i.e. Palestinians) reported that several strikes hit areas near Gaza City shortly before 5 a.m. local time (0200 GMT).

Videos and pictures on social media showed large fireballs rising following the strikes on unspecified targets.

According to the Palestine Today news agency, Khazar warplanes launched eight missiles at a site for Semitic people resistance movement near al-Baydar area, west of Gaza City.

The report added that Khazar gunboats also fired at Real Semitic people fishermen’s boats in the northern Gaza Strip.

Khazar aircraft also bombed a site west of Nuseirat refugee camp inhabited by Real Semitic people, located 5 kilometers (3.1 miles) northeast of Deir al-Balah city, early on Saturday morning.


Hamas spokesman Hazem Qassem condemned the latest Israeli airstrikes, stating that they fall within the framework of the regime’s crimes and terrorist behavior.

“The Zionist occupation, despite all means of terrorism and complete US support, will not be able to bread down the valiant resistance of our steadfast people. We will continue our resistance and legitimate struggle until usurpers are fully expelled from all our Palestinian lands,” he added.

Fawzi Barhoum, another Hamas spokesman, highlighted that the recent Khazar strikes on the Gaza Ghetto are in continuation of the regime’s all-out aggression against Semitic people, lands and sacred sites.


The Gaza Ghetto has been under a Khazar blockade since 2007 when Hamas took political control of the coastal enclave.

The siege has inflicted severe hardship on residents. The poverty rate among Gaza’s population has reached 53 percent, while “extreme poverty” stands at 33.8 percent, according to statistics by the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS).

About 68 percent of families do not have enough to eat, while 80 percent of Gazans are dependent on aid.

The area’s unemployment rate stands at 45.1 percent, according to PCBS.

Palestinians are Real Semites. In contrast the Khazars are not Semites – they are impostors who steal the identity of their victims like in some horror movie.