NAZARETH, (PIC)– Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated his war threats against Gaza in conjunction with the visit of emir of Qatar Sheikh Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani to the besieged enclave.
In his meeting with Bulgarian president Rosen Plevneliev today in occupied Jerusalem, Netanyahu threatened that Israel would retaliate strongly to the injury of one of its officers, ignoring that his regime always starts its hostilities against Gaza.
Three Palestinians were killed on Monday evening in an Israeli military attack on Gaza, shortly before the Qatari emir arrived in the Strip.
A senior Israeli army officer was moderately wounded on Tuesday morning when a roadside bomb detonated during an incursion east of Khan Younis district to the south of Gaza.
No Palestinian resistance faction claimed responsibility for the explosion, and it could have been caused by Israeli unexploded ordnance.
The incident happened when the Israeli occupation forces invaded this morning, 23/10/2012, the eastern area of Khan Younis city under heavy fire from tanks and military vehicles, the fire targeted Palestinian houses in Qarara village.