16 July 2011 | Palestine News Network
A Palestinian man, who went missing during an Israeli attack on a tunnel in Rafah city, southern Gaza Strip on Thursday, was found dead this morning, local sources reported.
Ibraheem al-Bayok, 21, went missing on Thursday when Israeli jetfighter bombarded the tunnel he works in at the borders with Egypt. Five workers were injured on Thursday while al-Bayok and another worker went missing inside the collapsed tunnel.
Earlier another man was injured when an Israeli military drone fired a missile at a group of residents gathered near their home in Beit Hanoun, a town in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.
Medical sources said that the man sustained moderate wounds and was moved to a hospital in the town.
The recent escalation came after the Israeli military claimed that Palestinian fighters have resumed the firing of Qassam home-made shells at Israeli targets near Gaza. Israeli sources reported three Qassam shells over the past three days none caused injuries or damage.