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Palestinians inspect the site of a destroyed building after it was hit by an Israeli airstrike at Jabalya refugee camp in the northern Gaza strip October 12, 2006. An Israeli warplane bombed and destroyed a Palestinian house in Jabalya refugee camp early on Thursday, a Palestinian official said. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem (GAZA)


From Xinhua, which echoes other wire reports of the incident:

An Israeli F16 warplane by air-to- ground rockets destroyed on Wednesday night a Palestinian house owned by an Hamas Movement militant in northern Gaza Strip, witnesses and security sources said.


And from the somewhat sympathetic Ha'aretz:

A spokesman for the Hamas military wing on Thursday vowed the group would take harsh revenge for an Israel Defense Forces operation in Gaza, in which six people, including five members of the same family, were killed.


What's missing from these reports? Keep reading to find out!From Yoni the Blogger's combined report, we learn:

In northern Gaza, the IDF attacked yet another weapons storehouse, after warning the occupants and neighbors of the impending bombing. Secondary explosions occurred after the attack, signaling the presence of large amounts of explosive material and/or arms in the building.


Near what used to be N'vei Dekalim in southern Gaza, just east of Khan Yunis, six Palestinian terrorists were wounded or killed in three separate clashes with IDF forces this morning. Among them were a man and three of his sons, all armed Hamas terrorists, as well as another 12-year-old son.


Never trust the press to tell you the whole story.

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