Gaza Strip: Two settlers, two Palestinian attackers killed
Palestinian gunmen killed two settlers and wounded three Israeli soldiers, in an attack on an access road to a Jewish enclave in the Gaza Strip early Sunday, Israeli press reports said.
Israel Radio said the two Palestinian gunmen were killed by Israeli troops after their attack on a vehicle on the road to the main settlement bloc of Gush Katif.
Al Aqsa Martyrs Brigades and the Islamic Jihad claimed responsibility for this attack.
- Gaza Strip: Five Israeli settlers, two Palestinian fighters killed; Israel bombs radio station
- Gaza Strip: Islamic Jihad man killed as 11 Israeli soldiers wounded in mortar attack
- West Bank: Three Israeli settlers, Palestinian activist killed
- Two Palestinians killed in Gaza Strip
- Gaza Strip: One Israeli soldier killed, three wounded in Palestinian attacks