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Early Thursday, Israel resumed its deadly attacks on Gaza. The Israeli action is in response to rocket strikes by the Palestinian militant group Hamas. On Wednesday, the top military commander of Hamas was killed in an air strike by Israeli forces. It is the heaviest fighting the Palestinian territory has experienced in years.
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