IAF strikes Gaza; Hamas sources say one killed

By JPOST.COM STAFF, REUTERS
June 22, 2012 18:10

 
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Israel Air Force aircraft struck in the Gaza Strip on Friday, the IDF Spokesman's Office confirmed.

The strike came after two rockets were fired into southern Israel from Gaza earlier in the day. Some 150 rockets have been fired into the South from Gaza since Monday, but Thursday and Friday were relatively quiet after an Egyptian-brokered informal ceasefire seemed to be largely holding.

Hamas officials in Gaza said that one Palestinian was killed in Friday's IAF strike. The IDF did not confirm the report.

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