Two injured in Israeli airstrikes targeting Gaza 17Nov11 November 17, 2011

IMEMC  -  16 November 2011

Palestinian medical sources in the Gaza Strip reported that three Palestinians were injured, on Wednesday at dawn, after the Israeli Air Force carried out a number of airstrikes targeting different areas in the coastal region.

 A woman was wounded when the Israeli Air-Force fired a missile into agricultural land in Al Sourani Mountain, in Gaza’s At-Tuffah neighborhood; damage to a number of homes in the area was reported.

Also, an Israeli war-jet fired a missile at a group of resistance fighters in At-Tuwam area northwest of Gaza Strip. One fighter was mildly wounded while the rest managed to escape the attack unharmed.

Later on, the army fired a missile into an open area west of Jabalia town, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip but the missile impacted the ground without exploding.

Eyewitnesses reported that Israeli helicopters fired flares over several areas in the coastal region, an issue that caused panic among the civilians who feared further attacks.

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