IAF strikes 2 Gaza tunnels intended to infiltrate Israel

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May 26, 2010 02:19

 
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IAF jets struck one tunnel in the northern Gaza Strip and one in the south overnight Wedensday. IDF Spokesperson said the tunnels had been dug a kilometer from the security fence and were intended to infiltrate Israel and carry out terrorist attacks within it, adding the attack came in response to Kassam rockets fired from Gaza Tuesday.

Palestinian sources reported 15 injured near Beit Hanun in the northern Gaza Strip.

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