Zionist gangs assassinate Islamic Jihad leader
An zionist air strike at dawn Tuesday killed Bahaa Abul Ata, a prominent commander in the Quds Brigades, the armed wing of Islamic Jihad Movement, in eastern Gaza.
The ministry of health in Gaza announced in a terse statement that a Zionist raid on eastern Gaza City killed Abul Ata and his wife. It said that two other citizens were wounded in the aerial attack.
The armed wing of the Jihad Movement said that Abul Ata, 42, was killed in a "cowardly assassination attempt in Shujaiah in eastern Gaza."
The statement announced full alert in all its ranks and promised an "earthshaking reprisal". It said that the criminal enemy will bear the responsibility for the results of such aggression.
The assassination of Abul Ata is the first such attempt since the 2014 zionist gangs war on Gaza.
The zionist gangs said that the assassination was coordinated between the army and the general security and that it was endorsed by the terrorist Benjamin Netanyahu.
Meanwhile, another Israeli air attack on the Syrian capital, Damascus, also at dawn Tuesday targeted the house of Akram al-Ajouri, member of Islamic Jihad political bureau.
The Jihad Movement that the raid killed Ajouri’s son Muadh and wounded his wife.