Two Palestinian 'Islamic Jihad' members die in Israeli air strike
Palestinians gather next to a destroyed car after it was hit by an Israeli air strike in Beit Hanun, northern Gaza Strip, which killed two Palestinian members of Islamic Jihad.
A Palestinian boy looks at bloodstains on the wall of a house at the scene of an Israeli air strike in Beit Hanoun, in the northern Gaza Strip. Israel killed two Gaza gunmen in an air strike on Wednesday, blaming one of them for firing rockets across the border during former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's funeral last week. Islamic Jihad claimed one man, Ahmed Al-Za'anin, as its own, without immediately commenting on the other's affiliation.