"The enemy leaders must know that they are personal targets," Islamic Jihad told the Reuters news organization Wednesday afternoon.
The threat comes after a series of IDF operations in the territories during which several Islamic Jihad members were killed.
Yesterday Defense Minister Shaul Mofaz said that Hamas leader Ismael Haniyeh is not immune from a targeted killing.
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