Palestinians gather around the wreckage of a motorcycle targeted overnight by an Israeli airstrike, in Gaza City, on January 19, 2014. AFP PHOTO / MAHMUD HAMS
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Two Palestinians were hurt, one critically, in an Israeli airstrike on Gaza City on Sunday, which the military said had targeted a senior Islamic Jihad militant.Shortly afterwards, the Israeli army confirmed the strike, saying targeted a "senior operative" in the radical Islamic Jihad movement called Ahmad Saad whom it accused of planning an imminent attack on Israel.The strike had targeted Ahmad Saad, a "senior operative" with Islamic Jihad who specialised in rocket attacks and was behind several recent attacks on southern Israel.The morning strike followed another two overnight which came after a rocket hit southern Israel on Saturday, causing no damage or casualties.
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