At least six Palestinians were killed and 4 were wounded in an Apache strike in the Gaza Strip on Saturday evening, Palestinian sources reported.
The source said an Israeli air force Apache fire three missiles at a training site for the Abu Al-Reesh group of Fatah, west of Khan Younis city.
Palestinian medical sources expected the number of casualties to rise saying there are some serious injuries.
Three of the assassinated men were identified as Mohammad Al-Hsein, Hassan Al-Hsein and Hanifeh Al-Shqeir. The others were not identified as their bodies were severely mutilated, according to the source.
This strike raised the number of Palestinians assassinated in the Gaza Strip to 13 in the past two days.
Crowds of residents gathered near the hospital and took to the streets in protest against the extra judicial killing policy implements against the Palestinians.