Thursday, 12 December 2019

The home of Islamic Jihad field commander Baha Abu Al-Atta is seen after it was hit by an Israeli strike in Gaza City November 12, 2019. Israel killed a top commander from the Iranian-backed Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad in a rare targeted strike in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday, accusing him of carrying out a series of cross-border attacks and planning more. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

People gather at the scene of an Israeli strike that killed Islamic Jihad field commander Baha Abu Al-Atta in Gaza City November 12, 2019. The slaying of Baha Abu Al-Atta in his home looked likely to pose a new challenge for Gaza's ruling Hamas faction, which has mostly tried to maintain a truce with Israel since a 2014 war. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

A Palestinian militant gestures at the scene of an Israeli strike that killed Islamic Jihad field commander Baha Abu Al-Atta in Gaza City November 12, 2019. Al-Atta's wife was also killed in the blast that ripped through the building in Gaza City's Shejaia district before dawn, Islamic Jihad said. Two other people were wounded. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

The home of Islamic Jihad field commander Baha Abu Al-Atta is seen after it was hit by an Israeli strike that killed him in Gaza City November 12, 2019. Israel casts rising Gaza tensions as part of wider regional struggle with arch-foe Iran. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem

People gather around the home of Palestinian Islamic Jihad field commander Baha Abu Al-Atta after it was hit by an Israeli strike that killed him in Gaza City November 12, 2019. REUTERS/Mohammed Salem