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Media: HAMAS Missile Hit Israeli Naval Ship


Media: HAMAS Missile Hit Israeli Naval Ship 19.11.2012
Text: Vzglyad
Photo: reuters.com
The missile launched on Nov 18 by militarists of Islamic movement HAMAS in the Gaza bay hit an Israeli naval ship, reported Iranian TV channel Al Alam.

Reportedly, a helicopter was shot down over the bay as well. So far, Israel has not confirmed that information.

Meanwhile, a family of 11 including 5 kids died during Israel's attack upon neighborhood district Hayy al-Nasr. Twenty nine Palestinians were killed in the evening. Three children became victims of pinpoint missile strikes upon el-Breij and Beit Hanoun. Other three persons died of wounds in hospitals, report medical sources.

Missiles launched by fighters of "Al Qassam Brigades" (military wing of HAMAS) in Sunday evening reached Ashkelon and Ashdod. There is no information about casualties and destructions in these southern Israeli cities. One Israeli citizen was killed in Be'er-Sheva, another one was wounded in Sha'ar Hanegev, reports ITAR-TASS.

Israel kicked off the Operation Cloud Pillar in the Gaza Strip on Nov 14 in order to destroy militiamen and their infrastructure.

Israel Defense Forces expressed readiness to escalate the operation.

In the evening of Nov 13, Israel launched an offensive and killed the head of HAMAS military wing Ahmed Jabari. According to the military, he was the one to blame for attacks and raids against Israeli people.

It was reported in the night of Nov 17 that another high-ranking HAMAS military leader Ahmed Abu Jelal was killed as a result of Israel's air attack upon Palestinian refugee camp in al-Meghazi.

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