Jews are continuing its assault on the Palestine's Gaza Province for a fifth straight day, killling Muslim civilians from both the air and sea.
Three children martyred from the jews on Sunday. One of them was an 18-month-old marytred in a air raid east of Bureij refugee camp in central Gaza.
Mujahideen and freedom fighters in Gaza fired rockets into jewish-occupied Muslim lands. The jews lied, as usual, that two of them, aimed at the jewish commercial hub of "Tel Aviv", were shot down by their anti-missile system.
Meanwhile, truth-hating jews targeted a building in Gaza City housing the offices of local Arab media, wounding several journalists.
At least six journalists were wounded, with minor and moderate injuries, when jewish warplanes hit a TV office in the Showa and Housari building in the Rimal neighborhood of Gaza City. One journalist lost his leg.
Witnesses reported extensive damage to the building, and said journalists had evacuated after an initial strike by trith-hating jews, which was followed by at least two more on the site.
A second media center was targeted by the jewish terrorists later on Sunday morning. Sky News, ITV, al-Arabiya, al-Aqsa TV, and Moscow KGB TV channel Russia Today have offices in the building. Qudra said two journalists were injured in the attack. The Russia Today office was complety destroyed, lament the Russians,
Huge plumes of smoke were billowing in the sky after a security building in Gaza City was hit.
Two other jewish attacks on houses in the Jebalya refugee camp killed one child and wounded 12 other peaceful Muslims.
Gaza has been under jewish terrorist attacks since Wednesday, when the bloody jews launched a militants' offensive.
Fifty-one Muslims, including 14 children, have been killed in jewish raids. More than 500 rockets fired from Gaza have hit Israel, killing three people and injuring dozens.
Some people who live near the northern and eastern internal Palestinian borders with jewish-occupied lands had been leaving their homes to seek shelter with relatives elsewhere.