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Thursday, March 24, 2011

Ongoing Israeli air raids on Gaza for days now

Gaza undert continuous Israeli attack

Gaza, March 24 Thursday, In Gaza City, Israeli F16 warplanes bombed an intelligence headquarter named "the ship", using at least five missiles, also raided the al-Rayes mountain with one missile and a room that belongs to “Gaza” sporting club, also “Badr” security HQ belonging to the Qassam Brigades, Hamas militant wing, with three missiles.

According to witnesses in the northern Gaza Strip, the shelling caused enormous material damage in the homes of civilian citizens in Maqqousi residential buildings which are located near the “Badr” security HQ, which was bombed with two missiles by Israeli warplanes.

According to Adham Abu Salmeyah, Health ministry official, one citizen got injured by shrapnel in the face, he is 10 years old and his name is Raid Afifi. More injuries reported to have reached Al Shefa hospital for treatment.

The loud bombing triggered a massive panic that hit women and children.

In northern Gaza, Israeli artillery pounded the lands of the citizens with two rockets without reported injuries or damage.

The Israeli artillery also bombed earlier the vicinity of the “Karni” crossing east of Gaza City with two rockets.

The missile landed in an empty agricultural area without causing casualties among the citizens. The Israeli Air Force launched today two separate raids on northern Gaza and central Gaza City, wounding three civilians till now.

To be Continued ……

1 comment:

  1. Hi Omar,Journalist-reporter-peace activist-writer-editor, can't you take advantage of the international interest in the Arab Revolutions? Ordinary people like myself are taking an interest in human rights, especially in the middle east, among other issues, the world needs to understand the oppression & poverty of the people of Gaza. The "West" only hears about terrorism, so we don't sympathise, unfortunately it's easier not to think about gross injustice. Maybe it's time that a peace activist from Gaza can help change history. Good luck, keep safe & carry on tweeting!Kalizamar (Twitter)