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4 Palestinians killed in IOF raid on Gaza strip

4 Palestinians killed in IOF raid on Gaza strip

Gaza-Interior Ministry
10:39:06 | 14/11/2012

4 Palestinians were killed and 6 others were injured in a series of raids and attacks carried by Israeli warplanes since Wednesday afternoon.

Local sources reported that Mr. Ahmed Jabari, "Abu Mohammed" the deputy commanding general for the Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Hamas movement and hisescort Mohammed Al-,were targeted by Israeli reconnaissance aircraft few hours ago.

Israeli aircraft blasted again on a second car near the port of Gaza, also bombed site Qadisiya of the Al-Qassam Brigades in Khan Younis.

Israeli warplanes also bombed a house of Beit Lahia in northern Gaza on the heads of occupants in a new massacre.

Israeli warplanes flying intensively in the atmosphere of the Gaza Strip.


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