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Gaza's top terrorist killed in Israeli airstrike, 14 others killed in retaliatory rocket attack

Gaza: On Friday, Israel launched several airstrikes in Gaza. In which more than 15 people were killed, including a top terrorist.Israel sai...

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Gaza: On Friday, Israel launched several airstrikes in Gaza. In which more than 15 people were killed, including a top terrorist.Israel said it launched an attack against jihad. In which a top commander of a Palestinian terrorist organisation was assassinated. There were no immediate reports of casualties inside Israel, with officials in the country's commercial capital Tel Aviv declaring that the city's bomb shelters would be opened.

According to the region's health ministry, which is run by the Islamic movement Hamas, a child was among those killed in Gaza. Since its takeover of Gaza in 2007, Hamas has fought four wars with Israel. The attacks, according to Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid, were "a precise counter-terrorism operation against an immediate threat." After the first round of attacks, flames erupted from a building in Gaza City, and doctors evacuated wounded Palestinians.

According to Gaza's health ministry, "a five-year-old girl was among the nine killed in Israeli attacks." According to the ministry, 55 Palestinians were injured. According to Israel's military spokesman, Richard Hecht, "about 15 Palestinian fighters have been killed in our action." Israeli tanks were stationed near the border, and the army announced on Thursday that it was strengthening its forces.

US Ambassador Tom Nides stated on Twitter that Washington "strongly believes that Israel has a right to defend itself," adding, "We are in talks with various parties and call for peace from all sides." According to Abdullah al-Arayshi, a Gaza City resident, the situation was "very tense".

"The country has been devastated by numerous wars. Our generation has no future "He explained to AFP. Hamas, the terrorist organisation that governs Gaza, claimed that Israel had "committed a new crime for which it must pay."

The Palestinian president's office called Israel's military action a "dangerous escalation" and urged the international community to rein in Israel's "aggression." Until Saturday evening, the Israeli military prohibited large gatherings in communities within 80 kilometres (50 miles) of the Gaza border. Since Tuesday, patients and Palestinians with Israeli work permits have been barred from leaving the Gaza Strip.

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