IDF confirms terror targets hit in Gaza Strip

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February 26, 2011 16:33

 
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The IDF Spokesman unit on Saturday confirmed that IAF aircraft attacked two terrorist activity targets in the south of the Gaza Strip.

Specific targets were hit and all IAF planes returned safely to their base.

"The strike was in response to rocket attacks on Israeli territory and the IDF will continue to work against terrorist activity that threatens the State of Israel," a statement by the IDF read.


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