PRC threatens retaliation after IDF strike kills leader

By REUTERS, JPOST.COM STAFF
March 9, 2012 19:51




The Popular Resistance Committee (PRC) swiftly called for retaliation to an IAF strike in Gaza that killed PRC commander and senior PRC member Ahmad Hanini on Friday. A third man was also injured in the attack.

The IAF struck a vehicle in a move to thwart a large-scale terror attack that was in its last stages of preparation, according to the IDF spokesperson.

The PRC responded with threats to reignite tensions along the testy frontier. "All options are open before the fighters to respond to this despicable crime. The assassination of our chief will not end our resistance," Abu Attiya, a spokesman for the PRC group said.

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