(Image source: U.S. News and World Report)

BY NATHAN BYRNE

ANCHOR NEVILLE MILLER

Hamas military leader Ahmed Al-Jabari is dead after an Israeli missile attack hit his car — killing him, another passenger and at least two others. Fox News has more.

“Hamas says an Israeli airstrike in the Gaza Strip has killed the commander of its military wing and Israel is now saying this is just the beginning.”

According to The Guardian, the Israeli military said the strike comes after months of gathering “precise intelligence.” The attack didn’t come as a surprise, but a Sky News analyst takes notice of the reaction.

“ … so the Israelis have made their decision, ‘Ok, we’ve had enough. Going to take them out.’ … This is not the normal response by Hamas and their allies to say, ‘Well ok, we’ll stop then.’”

In the Gaza Strip, a BBC correspondent reports gunfire in the streets as a response to the killing of the high-level military official.

“Undoubtedly the most senior Hamas figure to have been targeted by Israel since the war here three years ago and there is obviously a lot of anger here.”

Oil markets also moved on news of the unrest. CNBC reports.

“The one trader I was talking to was saying, ‘You know between the tensions between Israel and Hamas — if we’re going to see that spiking up … it’s certainly better than Israel and Iran.’”

Israeli media are reporting the other passenger in the car was Mr. Jabari’s son, but The New York Times says that was not immediately confirmed.

Hamas Leader Killed in Israeli Airstrike

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Nov 14, 2012

Hamas Leader Killed in Israeli Airstrike

(Image source: U.S. News and World Report)

BY NATHAN BYRNE

ANCHOR NEVILLE MILLER

Hamas military leader Ahmed Al-Jabari is dead after an Israeli missile attack hit his car — killing him, another passenger and at least two others. Fox News has more.

“Hamas says an Israeli airstrike in the Gaza Strip has killed the commander of its military wing and Israel is now saying this is just the beginning.”

According to The Guardian, the Israeli military said the strike comes after months of gathering “precise intelligence.” The attack didn’t come as a surprise, but a Sky News analyst takes notice of the reaction.

“ … so the Israelis have made their decision, ‘Ok, we’ve had enough. Going to take them out.’ … This is not the normal response by Hamas and their allies to say, ‘Well ok, we’ll stop then.’”

In the Gaza Strip, a BBC correspondent reports gunfire in the streets as a response to the killing of the high-level military official.

“Undoubtedly the most senior Hamas figure to have been targeted by Israel since the war here three years ago and there is obviously a lot of anger here.”

Oil markets also moved on news of the unrest. CNBC reports.

“The one trader I was talking to was saying, ‘You know between the tensions between Israel and Hamas — if we’re going to see that spiking up … it’s certainly better than Israel and Iran.’”

Israeli media are reporting the other passenger in the car was Mr. Jabari’s son, but The New York Times says that was not immediately confirmed.

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