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Sunday, November 18, 2012

Israel intercepted a missile at Tel Aviv while continuing its offensive on Gaza


Israeli air strikes across the Gaza Strip and Palestinian rockets in the south and center of Tel Aviv. While Air Force intensified its attacks against targets of the 'armed wing' and political Islamic movement Hamas which controls the Gaza Strip, the most central and most populous of Israel heard again this Saturday afternoon the siren. After 90 seconds, two explosions were heard . The Iron Dome battery deployed for the first time on the outskirts of Tel Aviv has had a successful debut by intercepting the missile. The other has fallen in the open field apparently near the city of Bat Yam. Hamas claimed responsibility for the shooting saying that two missiles were Iranian-made Fajer 5 . Despite the massive pressure of the Israeli Air Force in Gaza, the militias have managed to shoot this Saturdaydozens of missiles and rockets against Israeli towns causing several injuries. On Saturday woke up with the image of the shattered office of Prime Minister in Gaza and Hamas leader Ismail Haniya, without causing deaths. "The Zionists believe the attack will weaken us, but will do the opposite. Strengthens our resolve and release Palestinian security and deterrence against Zionist settler until we get the win," Haniya reacted after the Israeli bombing of the headquarters of his governmentIn two attacks carried out this Saturday morning in the refugee camp of Al Marazi and Rafah in the eight Palestinians were killed (of which four were militants), according to security sources in Gaza. Israeli army spokesmen raised the death toll in the last hours "11 terrorists." medical sources reported the death of a Palestinian in this bloody day. Since the start of the air offensive 'Pilar Defensive' on Wednesday, thedeath toll rises to at least 39 and there are 280 injured . In the words of Defense Minister Ehud Barak, the offensive aims to " stop the attacksof rockets and restore deterrence to terrorists in Gaza." In two separate attacks, the Air Force killed Friday night in two ringleaders of Azedin Al Kassem Brigades (the armed wing of Hamas), Jalal Ahmed and Khaled Abu Shaer.

Airstrikes

In the sky, you can see this Saturday constant activity of the Israeli Air Force, including drones . Salafi armed groups, involved in the shelling of southern Israel, demanding Hamas to negotiate a truce not. Since Wednesday, Israel has carried out 750 air strikes in Gaza, whilemilitias have fired more than 650 missiles and rockets against Israel populations , including first in the areas of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, with a balance of three dead . Only this morning have launched 20 rockets from northern Gaza, one of which has injured four Israeli soldiers, reports AFP. Regarding the victims in Gaza, no difference between the parties.Meanwhile, the Ministry of Health in Gaza say that half are civilians, Israeli media quoted the Army stating that "since the start of the offensive has killed 32 terrorists of Hamas and Jihad."

Mobilization of reservists

With the option terrestrial preparing (the mobilization of reserves is gradual, but the military presence in the South is increasingly evident), the army chief Benny Gantz ordered expanding air offensive in Gaza. While Israeli aircraft continues to conduct attacks, Palestinian militants have fired some thirty missiles and rockets at southern Israeli towns, many of them were intercepted by four batteries 'Iron Dome'.Israel, for its part, and for the first time, has deployed a defensive battery operating in the area of Tel Aviv. This Saturday, the Tunisian Foreign Minister Rafik Abdelsalam, visiting Gaza yesterday following the example of the Egyptian prime minister, Isham Kandil. Visitors who can not get a truce -for this hard work ceasefire as other actors Intelligence Egypt and U.S. and European representatives, but to show solidarity with Gazans and Hamas regime. What seems unlikely is a quick solution to the current crisis. "If Hamas does not stop its attacks against our citizens and refuses a lasting truce , we will order a ground operation, "government sources told Israeli state radio. In Islamic Jihad replicated, however, it is "psychological warfare". A Hamas spokesman praised the firing of missiles at the Tel Aviv adding:"We have no fear of an invasion of Gaza" .

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