Third terrorist dies of wounds from IAF airstrike

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December 10, 2005 20:17
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A third terrorist died Saturday of wounds incurred in an IAF airstrike in the northern Gaza Strip earlier in the week, Palestinian hospital officials said. Israel carried out the strike Thursday after the suicide bombing at Netanya's Sharon Mall on Monday which killed five people. Two terrorists died immediately after missiles struck a house near the northern Gaza town of Jebaliya where members of the al-Aksa Martyrs' Brigades had holed up. A third terrorist wounded in the attack, 27-year-old Khader Rayan, died of his wounds Saturday, hospital officials said. The group is affiliated with Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah movement.

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