Israeli commander killed the top Palestinian jeeps group in a missile strike in Gaza on Tuesday, officials from Israel and Palestine said.
The targeted strike killed, which Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Baha Abu Al-Atta – commanded Islamic chief Jihad – and his wife in their house in the Gaza Strip.
The assassination encouraged an immediate response from Palestinian fighters, who began to light rockets into Israel.
In a statement, Israel described Abu Al-Atta as a “tick bomb” which led the terrorist group which was supported by Iran.
“Abu Al-Atta was responsible for most of Jihad's Palestinian Islamic activity in the Gaza Strip and was a tick bomb,” said the statement.
They also contended that “eaves attacks were about to be planned by various means.” T
Islamic Jihad answered his own statement, saying that his retaliation to the entity Zionnach succeeds.
Hamas, Gaza's regulatory party, added to the statement that his death went "punished."
With former wires