The death toll from Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip since Monday has risen to 136. This was announced by the Palestinian news agency Wafa citing the Hamas health ministry. Among the victims there are also 39 minors and 22 women. On the other hand, over 950 people were injured in the raids. Read also Refugee camp struck, 7 dead including children Seven dead, including children, is the toll of an Israeli air raid that hit a house in al-Shati refugee camp, in the west of the Gaza Strip. This was reported by Palestinian media sources, explaining that the victims were part of the same family. The only survivor was a one-month-old baby, according to the Wafa news agency citing medical sources. 25 Palestinians who were nearby were injured in the same attack. Rescuers are busy digging under the rubble in search of any survivors. In response to the raid, Hamas fired a barrage of rockets into southern Israel. Israel, two Hamas ‘terror squads’ hit Israel Defense Forces reported that they had hit ‘two terror squads’ and a center of Hamas military intelligence in the northern Gaza Strip. A video of this latest raid was also released. Hamas tunnels bombed In the 40 minutes of intense bombing conducted last night on the Gaza Strip, Israel reportedly destroyed kilometers of secret tunnels and is believed to have killed “dozens of Hamas terrorists”. This was reported by the broadcaster ‘Channel 12’, specifying that the Tel Aviv authorities hope that the operation, which began with the ‘fake’ announcement of the start of a ground operation, could open a “decisive” phase in the conflict course. According to Channel 12, the announcement of the ground operation prompted Hamas to send its fighters into the tunnels and when the Air Force bombed them “the tunnels collapsed”. About 160 fighter planes took part in the raid and a total of 450 bombs were dropped.