IAF strikes terror targets in Gaza in response to rockets

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December 9, 2011 02:58

 
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The Israel Air Force struck targets connected with terrorist activity in the Gaza Strip early on Friday morning in response to a spate of rockets fired into southern Israel from the coastal territory on Thursday, the IDF Spokesman's Office said in a statement.

IAF aircraft recorded direct hits on a center of terrorist activity in southern Gaza, as well as am additional terror target in northern Gaza.

The IDF reiterated in the statement that it holds Hamas responsible for all terror activity emanating from Gaza and it will continue to respond forcefully to attacks on Israeli citizens.

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