IDF confirms second strike in Gaza

December 27, 2011 23:03


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The IDF Spokesman's Unit confirmed a second strike in Gaza Tuesday, targeting terrorists planning to infiltrate into Israel.

One of the terrorists targeted was Rami Douad Jabber Kafarna, a Jebaliya resident born in 1984 who was active in the armed wing of Hamas and took part in firing high-trajectory weapons at Israel, the IDF said.

Another target was Hazam Mohammed Sa'adi Al-Shakar, an Islamic Jihad militant from Beit Hanoun born 1985 who had been a Hamas activist and hid munitions in Gaza.

The IDF confirmed a direct hit on the target.

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