Hamas, Israel Escalate Force

Investor's Business Daily
July 2014
Investors Business Daily;7/ 8/2014, pA01
6 Israel completed the deployment of troops along the Gaza border and called up reservists, after Hamas ramped up rocket attacks in revenge for the deaths of several fighters that the militant group blames on Israel. Three Israelis confessed to the murder of the Palestinian teen who was found dead last week. That killing followed the abduction and murder of three Israeli teens.


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