Breaking News: Israeli F16s attack Northern, Western, Southern and Middle Gaza
Friday, 08 January 2010 00:31 Added by PT Editor Sameh A. Habeeb
Gaza, January 8, 2010 (Pal Telegraph)- A massive explosion took place few moments ago western Gaza City, in Tal Al Hawa neighborhood. Eyewitness reported that Israeli F16s launched an aerial attack midnight. The attack was followed by a series of air raids.
Palestine Telegraph reported that a number of air raids took place northern Gaza Strip while no new reported about the attacks yet. The attacks also targeted the southern and middle areas of Gaza Strip.
Medical sources reported no casualties till this moment while ambulances hurried to the targeted area. A number of F16 can be heard at the moment and a case of panic and fear spread amongst the civilians who were in a sleep.
The attacks came amid a very densely populated area where around 150 thousands Palestinians live. Israeli army launched a number of attacks last week killing a number of Palestinians.
Via Ayman Quaider and Sameh Habeeb
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