The Israel defense forces reportedly fired phosphorus munitions on Monday in a week-long shelling of the Gaza Strip, said the head of the civil defense service of the northern part of the enclave.
As the general directorate of civil defense of the sector noted in a published statement, the Israeli army attacked one of the foam factories east of the Jabalia camp in northern Gaza in the morning, using several incendiary phosphorus ammunition and smoke bombs, TASS reported.
The bombing led to large fires in the company's warehouses, as there were flammable materials, the department said in a statement.
The Israel defense forces will not comment on this information. It is not yet possible to confirm it from other sources.