Islamic jihad ‘rocket unit’ commander killed in Israeli air raid on Gaza

Israeli forces said they carried out air attacks against Palestinian Islamic Jihad targets in Gaza. According to Palestinian media reports, the attack targeted the top floor of a building at a residential complex in Khan Younis in southern Gaza Strip, killing several people, including an Islamic Jihad commander. Ali Ghali was known as the head of the rocket launch unit of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad and also a senior figure in the movement’s military council who had survived a previous attempt on his life by Israeli forces. The Palestinian Islamic Jihad has mourned Ali Ghali's death in a statement but there has been no statement from the group on his killing or rockets fired in retaliation. Al Jazeera’s Issam Adwan joins us live from Gaza for the latest updates. Subscribe to our channel: Follow us on Twitter Find us on Facebook Check our website: Check out our Instagram page: #Gaza #GazaUnderAttack #GazaAirRaids #Israel #PalestinianIslamicJihad #AliGhali #AliHassanGhali #OperationShieldAndArrow #KhanYunis #AlJazeeraEnglish
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