Gaza: IDF planes strike at Kassam launch sites

October 29, 2005 00:41
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Israeli jet fighters fired missiles in three separate attacks in the northern Gaza Strip early Saturday. No injuries were reported. The Israeli military said the sites were used to launch attacks on Israel. In the first attack, aircraft bombarded a road joining Beit Hanoun and Beit Lahia, destroying it in an apparent effort to block terror operatives from approaching the border area, less than two kilometers (one mile) away. A second round of missiles hit an open area east of Beit Hanoun, and a third targeted a site near the dismantled Israeli settlement of Dugit.

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