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Dozens reported killed amid intense Israeli shelling east of Rafah
PRC: Jaabari assassination 'opened gates of hell'
Published Wednesday 14/11/2012 (updated) 14/11/2012 22:26
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GAZA CITY (Ma’an) -- Israel's assassination of Hamas military chief Ahmad al-Jaabari is a declaration of war against Gaza Strip, the Popular Resistance Committees said Wednesday.

Al-Jaabari, who ran the al-Qassam Brigades, was killed in an Israeli airstrike on Wednesday afternoon as multiple attacks struck the Gaza Strip.

PRC spokesman Abu Mujahid said all military groups in Gaza were on a state of alert to respond to the killing.

"With this assassination, Israel has opened the gates of hell," he said.

A truce which ended five days of deadly fighting earlier this week is now over, PRC's military wing, al-Nasser Salah Addin Brigades, said in a statement.

This week's cross-border violence left seven Palestinians dead and at least 50 injured, while Gaza factions hit southern Israel with a barrage of rockets.

"Cowardly settlers had better flee to shelters where we will bury them and they will never be able to leave," Abu Mujahid told Ma'an Wednesday.

"The occupation has started the battle and we will respond very fiercely to their crimes."
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1 ) Live by the Sword / Die by the Sword
14/11/2012 19:14
Al-Jaabari was the leader of squads that killed Israelis in the past, and were trying to kill Israelis in the present, and finally Justice caught up to him,
but more importantly the recent Israeli strikes also eliminated some "20 underground sites housing long-range launchers capable of striking Tel Aviv", largely disarming Hamas of it's only serious threat to Israeli civilians !!
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