Less than twelve hours after the Israeli army killed six residents, including a father and his child in Rafah, Israeli war -jets fired a missile at a vehicle in Gaza city and killed two members of the Al Aqsa Brigades, the military wing of Fateh movement.
On Saturday afternoon, an Israeli war -jet fired a missile at a Palestinian car near Al Wafa’ Society in Salah Ed Deen Street, north of Gaza city killing two members of the Al Aqsa Brigades; several bystanders were injured, one seriously.
Dr. Jom’a Al Saqqa, head of the Public Relations Department at Al Shifa Hospital said that the two residents were identified as Sami Mofeed Abu Share’a and Mahmoud Ajjour.
“Their bodies were severely mutilated”, he added.
An Israeli military source claimed that the two fired homemade shells at Israeli targets close to the Gaza Strip and were on their way back when they were assassinated.
On Friday at night, Israeli air-force shelled a training camp for the Popular Resistance Committees in Rafah, in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, killing six residents, including a father and his five-year old daughter.
The attack targeted the vehicle of Eyad Abu Al Einen, one of the leaders of Salah Ed Deen Brigades, the military wing of the Popular Resistance Committees.
Abu Al Einen, his wife, his child and his nephew killed when a missile hit their vehicle, four other Palestinians were killed in the strike that targeted a training facility of the Brigades; at least ten residents were injured, most of them were passersby.