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8 Martyrs In Israeli Air Raids On Gaza

8 Martyrs In Israeli Air Raids On Gaza

A series of Israeli air raids on Gaza Strip on Wednesday killed eight Palestinians including an 11-month-old baby and a three-year-old child and the chief commander of the Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas, Ahmed Al-Ja’bari.

Medical sources said that eight Palestinians were killed so far in the raids, including four of the Qassam Brigades, while 88 others were wounded.

The raids targeted different areas in north, central, and south Gaza Strip with repeated raids on Zaitun suburb to the south of Gaza city.

Hebrew daily Maariv said that Israeli chief of staff Benny Gantz was personally supervising the operation that was dubbed “Cloud Pillar”.

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