Israeli jets struck a car in Gaza City in an apparent targeted killing. In the first such attack since Hamas took over Gaza last week, Sunday’s night rocket strike in the eastern part of Gaza City killed one and wounded two, The Jerusalem Post reported.Islamic Jihad said the vehicle was carrying its members on a “holy mission,” code for an attack on Israel. Israel confirmed that its Air Force had carried out the attack but provided no further details.Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said “there are responses from the resistance to these attacks.”Earlier Sunday, three Israelis were lightly wounded by shrapnel when two Kassam rockets landed in the South. Israel has frequently targeted Gaza terrorists in airstrikes, saying the goal is to prevent daily rocket barrages from Gaza at southern border towns.
Israeli airstrike kills 1 in Gaza