Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Israel Air Force bombs terrorists in Gaza after missiles were fired at civilian targets in Israel

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11/27/2019 - During the night, the Israeli Air Force bombed dozens of Hamas terror targets in Gaza after terrorists violated the ceasefire and fired missiles at civilian targets in Israel for two days in a row.
The ceasefire came into force 10 days ago, but it has not stopped terrorists in Gaza from launching missile bargains at southern Israel over the past days.
The Israeli Defense Forces issued the following statement:
"In response to the rockets fired from Gaza at Israeli civilians earlier tonight, our fighter jets just struck a number of Hamas terror targets in #Gaza... Hamas will bear the consequences for actions against Israeli civilians..."
Hamas and the Islamic Jihad are Islamic terrorist organisation, with an antisemitic ideology, an arsenal of missiles pointing at Israel, a history of terror attacks on Jewish targets in the West, and links to organised crime. Under international law, every rocket fired from Gaza into Israel is a double war crime — one for targeting Israeli civilians, another for doing so inside or next to civilian homes, mosques, hospitals and schools, which uses civilians as human shields.