- Published on Wednesday, 06 June 2012 12:16
On Wednesday 6th June, two Palestinian activists were injured in an Israeli air strike in the North and South of the Gaza Strip.
Spokesman for the Supreme Committee of Ambulance and Emergency, Adham Abu Selmiya, said that medical teams were able to reach an area near the Navy Forces site southwest of Gaza were the Israeli aircraft had struck. They were able to treat one of the wounded activists and described his status as critical.
The locals said that the two injured Palestinians were activists in Al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas in that particular area.
Another air strike targeted a poultry farm, north of Rafah, south to Gaza with one rocket.
A secure source in Gaza said that F16 jets hit the farm that is located in the Masbah area, north of Rafah. This caused a mass destruction although no civilian injuries were reported.
Israeli Forces said that the two strikes came as a response to the rockets that Palestinians fired from Gaza to south Israel.