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IAF Hits Terror Targets in Gaza

An IAF fighter jet on the way to a mission.

An IAF fighter jet on the way to a mission.
Photo Credit: Yissachar Ruas / Tazpit News Agency

On Sunday night, the Israel Air Force hit terror targets in south and central Gaza.

The strikes came in response to the recent rocket launches from Gaza at Israel. The latest Gazan rocket was launched Sunday evening at the Eshkol region.

All aircraft returned safely to base.

The IDF said they hold Hamas responsible for the rocket attacks against Israel.

On Monday, Hamas and the Palestinian Authority are expected to announce a unity government.

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28 Responses to “IAF Hits Terror Targets in Gaza”

  1. The terrorists of Gaza are making war against Israel, because they fire rockets at Israel. It is written in the Torah, in Deuteronomy 20:10-18, that God commanded that, in the war, Israel kill all the enemies. So, the State of Israel must kill all the terrorists of Gaza.

  2. chase them all out gaza …

  3. chase them all out gaza …

  4. chase them all out gaza …

  5. Throw a rock get a rocket, miss the rock get a missile

  6. Throw a rock get a rocket, miss the rock get a missile

  7. Throw a rock get a rocket, miss the rock get a missile

  8. Yes and blow them all up once and for all. They can’t win against Israel so, don’t start what you can not finish. God is on the side of Israel, he protects his people.

  9. Tony Mark says:

    Strike them until not one of them is left standing. if the Gazaoui cannot understand this ,, then tough ****,,,,it’s time they booted the Hamas into the garbage bins they came from.

  10. Sally Penso says:

    What do those Gazans expect- kisses to their asses??

  11. Lize Bartsch says:

    good!! praise Hashem!!

  12. GOD BLESS ISRAEL..
    GET THEM EVIL MONSTERS..

  13. Attila Czako says:

    make a Pulver City instead Gaza !

  14. stop worrying bout world opinion blow them all away

  15. stop worrying bout world opinion blow them all away

  16. G-d bless Israel. NEVER AGAIN!

  17. bomb them back to the 7th century, that’s where they want to be anyway

  18. punish the criminals

  19. Israel left the Philistines and had nothing but trouble. Expell the Muslims and reclaim Gaza.

  20. Eva Feld says:

    If you hit me, don't be surprised if I hit back. It's about time that Israel hit back.

  21. The Israeli people are the most tolerant people in the world. Any other country would have killed them all by now.

  22. I AM with Israel … says The Creator of The Universe.

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