Hamas condemns targeted bombings of Fatah party members' homes

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November 7, 2014 10:14

 
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Hamas strongly condemned on Friday the targeted bombings of Fatah leaders' homes in Gaza, which left property and buildings damaged, calling it a criminal act.

A number of explosive device detonated in the early hours of the morning at the homes of members of Hamas' rival party, an incident Hamas said it was investigating.

Hamas urged its security forces to find the perpetrators and called for "justice" to be done.

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