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Israeli bombs rain down on Gaza, 21 dead within four days
Air strikes launched by Israel against Gaza Strip on Friday continue brutally. The aerial attacks which targeted southern part of Gaza Strip have so far killed 21 Palestinians and left tens of others
Palestine, Middle East 12.03.2012

Zuhair al-Qaissi, the commander of the armed wing of the Popular Resistance Committee, was among the martyred Palestinians. The number of the dead has reached 21 as Israeli attacks continued on Monday.

Israeli officials who are very eager to spill blood said the operation will continue as long as it is necessary.

Gaza is witnessing the bloodiest attacks since the Operation Cast Lead in 2008.

Students attacked

Zionist killers waited for the students to leave school to carry out a bombed attack in Gaza’s Sudaniye region on Monday. As students left school, Israel began a bombardment, killing two students and injuring tens of others.

IHH representative in Gaza Mehmet Kaya said Palestinians do not show any sign of fear despite Israeli attacks. He said more Israeli attacks were expected for Monday evening while noting that Israel began deploying troops on the Gaza border. 

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