An Israeli air strike on northern Gaza leaves a Palestinian dead, four others injured Monday November 26, 2007 13:36 by Rami Almeghari - IMEMC&Agencies rami at imemc dot org A new fresh Israeli air strike on northern Gaza on Monday left one Palestinian resistance fighter killed and four other residents injured, medics confirmed. illustration photo Palestinian media sources said that Abdelkarim Alja'beer, 24, of the aL-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas, was killed and four others injured, after an Israeli drone fired a missile on a group of resistance fighters in northern Gaza. Witnesses said that the wounded were evacuated to the Kamal Edwan hospital in the city of Beit Hamoun, right after the air strike. Israeli media sources reported earlier that two Palestinian homemade shells were fired today onto southern Israel, reporting no further details. Israeli army, since Gaza was declared a 'hostile entity' in September, has stepped up attacks on Palestinian targets, the army says 'launchers of homemade shells'. According to Palestinian sources, approximately 100 Palestinians, including passersby, have been killed by the Israeli army since mid June, when Israel strictly imposed a closure on the Hamas-run Gaza Strip.
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from the article: IDF strikes kill at least three Hamas militants in Gaza Strip