Medics: Man dies from Gaza Nazi airstrike injuries

A relative of Palestinian gunman Ahmed Nassir mourns during his funeral
in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip on June 2, 2012.

A man died on Friday evening after being injured earlier in the day by Zio-Nazi airstrike on the Gaza Strip, medics said.

Naji Qudeih, 34, was one of four people injured when Nazi aircraft bombed an auto rickshaw east of Khan Younis, hours after Nazi soldier and Palestinian militant were killed in an exchange of fire along the border.

Qudeih, from Khan Younis, was critically wounded and later died from his injuries, medical services spokesman Adham Abu Salmiya said.

Nazi army spokeswoman told Ma’an that aircraft targeted what she described as a terrorist squad that had fired a rocket at Nazi soldiers. She said a hit was confirmed.

Earlier, a Palestinian gunman breached the southern Gaza border and opened fire on Nazi soldiers, who returned fire, Nazi army said. A soldier, identified by the army as 21-year-old Netanel Moshiashvili, and a Palestinian were killed.

A Gaza radio station close to Islamic Jihad named the man killed as 22-year-old Ahmad Abu Naser.

One thought on “Medics: Man dies from Gaza Nazi airstrike injuries

  1. May Allah grant all the shahid paradise. May the curse of Allah be on those so called Kings and and sheiks who with all the wealth that Allah has bestowed on their countries are not landing a genuine hand to the oppressed and not lifting the spirit of the people of Gaza.

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