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Hamas vows to fight back against Israel's assassinations

11-15-2012 15:16 BJT

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As the violence escalates, Hamas leader Ismail Radwan said his group would fight back against Israel’s campaign of assassinations.

He said, "They (the Israeli leaders) should understand that assassination of our leaders won’t frustrate the will of the Palestinian people. We must fight back against this action. Hamas and other groups will decide on our response."

Emergency services extinguish the burned out car of Qassam top leader Ahmed Jabari after an Israeli air strike in Gaza City, Nov. 14, 2012. Hamas says the head of its military wing Ahmed al-Jaabari has been killed in an Israeli air strike. Israel said it had targeted Ahmed al-Jaabari because of what it called his terrorist activity. Seven Palestinians were killed following a series of Israel's airstrikes on Gaza city, and more than 40 others wounded, government's emergency services in the Gaza Strip said. (Xinhua/Wissam Nassar)

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