Watch: IAF spots, destroys terrorists targeting Israeli ground troops

Military releases footage of what the IDF said were Gaza terrorists leaving a home after firing at troops on the ground.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 22, 2014 20:11
Israeli Air Force targets Gaza target

Israeli Air Force targets Gaza target. (photo credit: screenshot)

 
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The IDF released a video on Tuesday evening of what it said were Gaza terrorists running out of a home in a densely populated area.

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The video, taken from an IAF plane, show Air Force members cooperating with the Paratroopers Brigade in Gaza.

In the video, the elite brigade warns the IAF of a group of terrorists they spotted during an operation within a Gazan house; the plane locates the suspects that shot at the ground troops, and destroy them.

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