Islam Times - Israeli warplanes have once again pounded the Gaza Strip, leaving four people critically injured and seven others missing in the southern city of Rafah.
Islam Times reports from Press TV: The attack is the latest in the string of Israeli airstrikes against the blockaded Palestinian territory since Tel Aviv stepped up its attacks last week.
New air raid targeted a tunnel in Rafah, which borders Egypt.
Earlier in the day, an Israeli missile strike killed a top military leader of the Islamic Jihad Movement in his car in Rafah.
Israel has upped its airstrikes on the Gaza Strip since August 18, shortly after eight Israelis were killed near the Red Sea resort town of Eilat in a series of attacks Tel Aviv blamed on the Gaza-based Popular Resistance Committee (PRC).
Israel claimed the attackers had infiltrated from the Gaza Strip, and vowed a "full force" response against Gazans.
The PRC, which is not affiliated with the Hamas government in Gaza, denied involvement in the incident.
Hamas has also said that it had nothing to do with the multiple attacks and has warned against any act of aggression against the Palestinian enclave.
Israeli strikes in the past few days have killed at least 20 Palestinians and injured scores of others.