Israel Air Force strikes terror targets in Gaza

Israel Air Force strikes terror targets in Gaza

PanARMENIAN.Net - The Israel Air Force said it struck three terror targets in the Gaza Strip overnight.

The attack came in response to launching on Oct 12 by Palestinian militants of a Grad rocket into Netivot, which exploded in the backyard of a house.

According to the statement of the Israel Defense Forces, "The IDF will not tolerate any attempt to harm Israeli citizens and will continue to take action against any party who perpetrates terrorist attacks against Israel."

It also said Hamas bore responsibility, The Jerusalem Post reported.

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