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Gaza strike (Archive)
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Air Force strikes terror targets in Gaza
Palestinians say no one was hurt in attack that was in response to rocket fire at western Negev earlier.

The Israeli Air Force struck a terror target east of Khan Yunis in the Gaza Strip on Saturday morning, in reponse to Palestinian rocket fire at the western Negev earlier. 



According to Palestinian TV channel Al-Quds, the IAF jets targeted a terror post of Hamas' military wing, Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, near the Islamic University. According to the Palestinians, two missiles were fired towards the target.


An IDF spokesman said that the strike targeted "a terror activity site and a weapon storage facility," and that direct hits were identified.


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The army stressed that the attack was in response to rocket fire towards Israel and that "the IDF will not tolerate any attempt to hurt the citizens of Israel and the IDF soldiers, and will act against any organization that uses terror against Israel."


Palestinian sources said that no one was wounded in either attack.



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