Israeli Air Force fired on Sunday night after midnight several missiles
at a Palestinian house in the Jabalia refugee camp in the Gaza Strip;
five residents were injured while the house was completely destroyed.

An Israeli military sources reported that the house belongs to a fighter of Fateh movement, and that soldiers warned him and his family to leave the house prior to shelling it.

The sources claimed that the house is used by resistance fighters to store weapons and ammunition.
Over the last several weeks, the Israeli army has been using a policy of phoning the family 10 -15 minutes before shelling their house and informing them that they should leave.

This policy is considered a violation to the international law and principles of human rights since the army gives it self the authority to shell and destroy any house without giving the owners the chance to defend themselves of appeal.