Monday evening, Israeli air force fired a missile at a Palestinian vehicle in the northern part of the Gaza Strip, killing two fighters of the Al Aqsa Brigades, the military wing of Fateh movement.

A Palestinian security source in Gaza reported that a military helicopter fired three missiles at a vehicle driving in Abu Safiyya area, east of Beit Lahia.
The two fighters were identified as of Rami Hannouna, 27, and Hasan Asfour, 25. Their bodies were severely mutilated; several residents were injured.
The two fighters were incinerated in the car. Palestinian policemen closed the area to conduct a search for any other undetonated devices.
Meanwhile, the Al Aqsa Brigades said that the two fighters were among its prominent figures.
"We will retaliate, our response will shake the grounds underneath the enemy", the brigades stated, "These assassinations will not pass unpunished".
The Israeli army confirmed carrying the assassination and claimed that the attack was carried out as part of "the efforts to halt the firing of homemade shells".
In a separate incident, an Israeli helicopter fired a missile at a resistance group near the Kissufim Crossing, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip; the missile apparently missed its target.  
On Sunday at night, two residents were killed after the Israeli air-force fired a missile at a vehicles in Al Zaytoun neighborhood, east of Gaza. The two residents were identified as Adnan Bustan, and Jihad Al Sawafeery.
Four bystanders were injured in the strike.