Palestinians: IAF strikes 2 targets in Gaza; none hurt

July 10, 2012 03:12


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Palestinian sources said that the Israel Air Force struck two targets in the Gaza Strip overnight Monday.

The IDF Spokesman's Office confirmed that the IAF struck in Gaza, but did not initially give any more details.

According to the Palestinian reports, the IAF struck targets in Rafah and Khan Younis. No one was injured in the attacks.

The IAF action came after a sniper from Gaza fired on Israeli cars near Yad Mordechai, damaging a vehicle and a nearby restaurant earlier on Monday. A rocket was also fired from Gaza into the Ashekelon Coast Regional Council area. No one was injured in the attacks.

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