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Saturday, May 20, 2006

Car Swarm Watch - Islamic Jihad leader killed in IAF air strike in Gaza

IAF missiles fired at a car in Gaza City today killed 40-year old Mohammed Dadouh. Dadouh was responsible for numerous ongoing Katyusha rocket attacks on Israeli communities.

Relatives of Dadouh, who was described by Gazans as Islamic Jihad's most senior military commander, confirmed that he had been killed in the air strike.

"Today we have lost another hero, but God willing the Israeli government will drink the same bitter drink that Dadouh's family and our people have been swallowing for a long time. The blood and the flesh of our leader today is the fuel for the resistance vehicle. There will be no limitations and no borders for our coming reprisal. All possible means of resistance will be used," said Abu Ahmed, the spokesman for Islamic Jihad's military wing.


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