From Haaretz, :
Israel Air Force missiles struck targets in Gaza City early Sunday, hitting a building housing the offices of the political branch of Palestinian Authority Chairman Yasser Arafat’s Fatah group and another belonging to a pro-Hamas newspaper, witnesses reported.
Nobody was inside either office at the time of the air strikes, although several bystanders, including two children, were wounded in the attack on Fatah’s office.
Fatah’s secretary-general in the Gaza Strip, Ahmed Halless, said the site was a cultural center that offered social and educational programs to local families.
“Israel should understand that aggression will not bring peace. Violence will bring more violence,” he said.
Sure, Halless. But that cuts both ways, doesn’t it?
The second strike hit the office of al-Resala, a weekly newspaper that supports Hamas.
The IDF described the targets as “focal points of terrorist activity,” saying that the Fatah building was used by its military wing, the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades. The military also claimed that the Hamas newspaper was used for incitement purposes and to pass messages between the group’s leadership.
On Saturday, the IAF launched two missile strikes in the Gaza Strip, hitting Islamic Jihad targets and wounding 12 people. The IDF denied Palestinian claims that the attacks were an abortive attempt to assassinate Jihad leader Mohammed al-Hindi.