IAF hits weapons warehouses in Gaza

Strikes follow Kassam attacks that left one dead, two seriously wounded.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 16, 2006 02:48
IAF hits weapons warehouses in Gaza

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Following a day of Kassam attacks launched from the Gaza Strip that killed one woman and seriously wounded two young men in Sderot, the IAF carried out air strikes against terror targets. Late Wednesday evening, IAF planes attacked a building in Gaza City. The army reported that the structure had functioned as a weapons storehouse. The occupants were given warning by telephone prior to the strike, and there were no reports of wounded. Approximately an hour later, two Palestinians were reported wounded when the IAF struck two Hamas-owned structures in the Jabalya refugee camp. As in the Gaza City strike, the army alerted the occupants of the impending action, and warned them to leave the premises. The army said that one of the buildings was used as a weapons storehouse, while the second functioned as a headquarters for planning terror attacks against Israeli targets.

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