IAF strikes two terror bases in Gaza in response to rockets

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 20, 2012 19:56

 
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IAF aircraft struck two terror camps in the northern Gaza Strip on Wednesday evening in response to continued rocket fire into southern Israel.

IDF personnel identified a direct hit on the target. Palestinian sources did not immediately report any injuries in the strikes.

The IDF stated that it would continue to respond to all attacks directed against Israeli soldiers and citizens and that it holds Hamas responsible for all such attacks.


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