IAF attacks two buildings in Gaza Strip

November 17, 2006 02:17


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Israeli Air Force gunships fired missiles into 2 buildings used as weapons storage facilities in the Gaza Strip Thursday night, the IDF said. One of the strikes destroyed the home of a member of Hamas's military wing in the Jabalya refugee camp outside of Gaza City, the IDF said. The terrorist was reported to have been wounded in the attack. His condition is unknown. In the second missile strike in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip, the IDF said a weapons storehouse that doubled as meeting place for senior terror operatives was hit. Secondary explosions were identified in the two buildings, indicating the prescence of weaponry inside, the army said. The IDF spokesperson office warned the innocent civilians of Gaza not to allow militant groups to store arms in their homes.

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