A Palestinian medical source in Gaza reported, on Tuesday evening, that an Israeli war-jet fired two missiles at a Palestinian vehicle driving in Al Sabra area, south of Gaza city, killing two fighters of the Al Aqsa brigades.
The source stated that the two fighters were identified as Soheil Abu baker and Mohammad Abu Shara’a; both are members of the Al Aqsa Brigades, the military wing of Fateh movement.
The bodies of the two fighters were severely mutilated after the missiles directly struck their vehicle.
Also on Tuesday, one resident died of wounds sustained after the Israeli artillery shelled Gaza city last Saturday.
Rami Al Sheikh, was seriously injured after the army fired missiles at a vehicle transporting fighters in Tal Al Hawa neighborhood in Gaza. He was admitted to the intensive care unit until he was pronounced dead on Tuesday.
Earlier on Tuesday, soldiers assassinated Ahmad Raddad, one of the fighters of the Islamic Jihad in Tulkarem.
Raddad is from Allar village, near Tulkarem; he went to Nablus two days ago after the Israeli army carried operations in Tulkarem area.
He was killed during an exchange of fire which took place after the soldiers surrounded a house he was hiding in.
On Monday evening, Israeli soldiers assassinated Rami Hannouna, 27, and Hasan Asfour, 25, after targeting their vehicle in Gaza.
On Sunday, Israeli soldiers assassinated five fighters of Fateh and the Islamic Jihad in Gaza, in two separate attacks.
Three members of the Al Aqsa brigades, the military wing of Fateh, were killed after the army shelled a sports club in Tal Hawa area in Gaza. The three were identified as Nasser Marshoud, Yassin Barghouthi, and Hani Al Qabid.
Two other fighters of the Al Quds brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Jihad, were assassinated on Sunday evening, in Al Zaytoun neighborhood, east of Gaza City, when a helicopter gunship fired a missile at their car.
They were identified as Adnan Bustan, and Jihad Al Sawafeery.
The latest assassination brings the number of Palestinians assassinated in two day up to eleven.