IDF denies involvement in Gaza blast that injured two Jihad members

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December 13, 2007 13:39

 
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The IDF said on Thursday that an initial investigation indicated that an explosion in the southern Gaza Strip that injured two Islamic Jihad members was not the result of an IDF strike. The Islamic Jihad had claimed two of its members were wounded in an IDF ground missile strike near the Kerem Shalom crossing between Gaza and Israel.

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