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Operation Cast Lead Day 15: UN Calling for a Cease-Fire, And we do not care!!!!

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Published on Jan 10, 2009

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Jan. 10

On Saturday afternoon (Jan. 10), the IDF killed Amir Mansi, the commander of the Hamas rocket
launching program in the Gaza City area who operated as artillery officer in the Gaza Brigade. During an operation in Jabel Rise, IDF forces identified Mansi launching rockets. The forces opened fire at Mansi and, as mentioned before, killed him and injured two Hamas operatives working closely with him. In addition to his involvement in the Gaza Brigade, Mansi was also the leading Hamas authority on the long range Grad missile launching program. In the course of his activities, Mansi directed and actively fired dozens of rockets at Israel, killing and injuring numerous Israeli civilians.

In addition to that, IDF forces operating in the Gaza Strip during Friday night (Jan. 8) reported that 15 Hamas terror operatives were killed during various battles. Several mortar shells were fired at Givati Brigade forces operating in the Gaza Strip. The Infantry Corps soldiers identified the source of the gunfire and responded with mortar shell fire and aided IAF forces in striking of the terror cell. In another incident, snipers fired at Paratrooper Brigade forces. The forces identified the origin of the sniper fire and responded with directly hitting the terrorists. Over the course of the night, five soldiers were lightly wounded during several clashes with Hamas terror operatives in the Gaza Strip.

Aerial strikes continued throughout the night. Approximately 40 targets were struck. The targets include ten rocket launching sites, some of which were used to firing rockets at IDF forces; one anti-aircraft missile cannon, 14 weapons manufacturing and storage facilities, and five weapons smuggling tunnels.

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