Popular c'tees threaten response to IDF strike

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 8, 2006 10:28

 
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The heads of the Popular Resistance Committees in the Gaza Strip threatened on Saturday morning to avenge the Friday night IDF airstrike which killed one of their most senior operatives, his young daughter and four other Palestinians. In a public message, the group said that "the movement would not return to business as usual following the crimes committed by the Israelis. "The movement's enemies will pay," the statement read, adding that, "the coming days will prove the seriousness of our intentions, and the Zionist enemy must wait and see our powerful and painful response."

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