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Army Bombards Gaza, Four Palestinians Injured

author Wednesday April 06, 2011 10:51author by Saed Bannoura - IMEMC & Agencies Report post

The Israeli Air Force bombarded on Wednesday at dawn several areas in the Gaza Strip causing damage while at least four Palestinians, including two children sand a pregnant woman, were wounded.


File - Homes Bombarded By Israel In Gaza

Local sources reported that that two of the four wounded Palestinians are women and that one of the women is pregnant. They were injured in three different Israeli Air Strikes targeting At-Tuffah and Ash-Shujaeyya , east of Gaza City.

The first strike targeted a number of residents in Ash-Shujaeyya causing damage but no injuries.

The second trike targeted a Factory that manufactures plastic products, in Al Shaaf area in At-Tuffah neighborhood; four Palestinians, including the pregnant woman and another woman, were wounded.

Damage to the factory and some surrounding homes and building was reported.
The third strike targeted an area, east of At-Tuffah neighborhood causing damages but no injuries.

Earlier on Tuesday, a Palestinian man was shot and killed by the Israeli military near the Gaza border.

The army claimed that the man was armed, and was approaching the border when soldiers spotted him and opened fire. Yet, Palestinian medical sources stated that no weapons were found near the body of the slain resident.

category gaza strip | israeli attacks | news report author email saed at imemc dot org
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