Israeli Defense Force Sends Out Tweets as it Strikes Targets
A video was also released as the IDF targeted Hamas leadership.
The Israel Defense Force (IDF) is sending out live tweets as it targets Hamas.
"We recommend that no Hamas operatives, whether low level or senior leaders, show their faces above ground in the days ahead," read a tweet sent out three hours ago.
Earlier today, Israel launched 35 air strikes against targets in Gaza, according to CNN.com. Hamas replied by saying that Israel "had opened "the gates of hell on themselves" with the move.
As of 4:55 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 14, they reportedly shelled Israeli military bases.
What do you think of the attack? Will this lead to more violence? Do you have an opinion on whether there should be U.S. involvement?
The most recent Tweet read, "Reminder of Hamas' strategy: Fire rockets & mortars from Palestinian schools & hope they land on Israeli schools." It was accompanied by this video.
A more recent was attached to a tweet of a pinpoint strike on the Hamas leader, Ahmed Jabari. See video attached to this story.
The IDF has dubbed the operation "Operation Pillar of Defense."