Israeli intel led to air strike killed or injured 4 senior Jihad leaders

December 2012
Geo-Strategy Direct;12/ 5/2012, p20
The article reports on the confirmation by Israeli officials that an Israeli air strike on November 19, 2012 has killed or injured at least four senior Jihad operatives in Gaza City, Palestine.


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