Israeli army operates in Beit Hanoun

Monday, July 17, 2006 |  by Staff Writer
Israeli forces attempted to bring down the terrorist infrastructure in the area of Beit Hanoun on Sunday in the northern Gaza Strip.

Throughout the day, the Israeli air force in the northern Gaza Strip attacked a vehicle full of terrorists from northern Gaza. The Israeli army also destroyed a tunnel in the southern Gaza Strip, which operatives have used to smuggle arms into Israel in the past. Israel also shot over 400 artillery shells on Kassam launching grounds in the Gaza Strip.

Nearly 115 trucks and 24 containers of humanitarian aid have been sent into Gaza during the past couple of days, including 175 tons of gas.

The Israeli army will continue to operate in Gaza until they bring down the Palestinian terrorist infrastructures and return Corporal Gilad Shalit to his home in peace.

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