By Brett Stolpestad
Israel has expanded its assault on the Gaza Strip to include government buildings on Saturday, destroying the four-story headquarters of the Hamas prime minister, the Washington Post reported.
The headquarters of the Hamas Prime Minister was completely destroyed in an airstrike that targeted government buildings along the Gaza strip, the Washington Post reported.
Israel said that over 200 targets were hit in Gaza. The attacks were launched after Israel intercepted a missel fired by Gaza militants aimed at the populous city of Tel Aviv, the New York Times reported.
The missel fired at Tel Aviv was one of 60 missels that were fired by Gaza militants into Israel on Saturday, the New York Times reported.
The attacks by Israel on the coastal strip has raised questions of wether Israel has expanded its target range to include Hamas government buildings, the Washington Post reported.