Air Force strikes two 'Global Jihad' targets in Gaza

By JPOST STAFF
October 8, 2012 00:21

 
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The Israel Air Force struck a target near Rafah in Gaza Sunday evening.

According to Palestinian sources, one man was killed and another seriously injured. Both were riding motorcycles.

The mission was said to be unrelated to the UAV the IDF shot down on Saturday.

According to Army Radio, the mission was likely aimed at Global Jihad elements preparing a terrorist attack against Israel.

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