IAF hits 9 terror sites in Gaza in second airstrike

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 29, 2014 04:15

 
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The IAF struck nine terror sites early Sunday morning in its second response to Saturday evening's rocket attack, the IDF Spokesperson's Office said.

Targets included two weapons manufacturing sites in the northern and central Gaza Strip, a terror site in central Gaza, three underground rocket launchers and three other terror sites in southern Gaza. Accurate hits were identified by security forces at all nine sites.

Late Saturday night the IAF struck three underground rocket launchers in central Gaza in response to rocket attacks on southern Israel that set fire to and destroyed a factory in Sderot. The IDF said all three targets had been accurately hit.

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