Gaza Strip: Massive Israeli attacks kill at least two Palestinians
Two fighters from Hamas military arm Qassam Brigades were killed and two others were wounded in an Israeli attack on Friday morning east of Khan Younis in southern Gaza Strip. This raid comes despite of a declaration by Palestinian factions about their "commitment to calm.
Al-Qassam Brigades and medical sources conveyed the two dead were Abdullah Qarra and Moataz Abu Jamea. They died after an air strike they were passing by at the entrance of Khuza'a, east of Khan Yunis. Local sources said that the raid also led to the injury of at least two citizens, who were taken to the European Gaza Hospital.
Since the early hours of Friday morning, Israeli planes have been carried out several raids on the Gaza Strip. The Israeli warplanes bombed two missiles at a deserted house belonging to Hassanein family, in th eastern district of Tufah to the east of the Strip, and also targeted a building east of Shojaeya. At least five Palestinians were killed by Israeli fire on Thursday.
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