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Dozens of locals run away from a severely damaged street after a large explosion caused by an Israeli airstrike on Saturday. ...
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AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYKhan Younis, Southern Gaza Strip - July 12, 20141. Wide of people on street, UPSOUND explosion caused by an Israeli airstrike on a house, plumes of smoke in the background2. Various of residents on street looking at debris with plumes of smoke in the background3. People looking at damaged building; people start running away; ambulance in the backgroundAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYNuseirat, Gaza Strip - July 12, 20144. Wide shot of the al-Farouq Mosque in the Nuseirat refugee camp damaged by an Israeli airstrike on Saturday5. People searching through rubble of al-Farouq Mosque following Israeli airstrike6. Copies of the Quran seen amongst the rubble of mosque 7. Palestinian flag and damaged copies of the Quran in the foreground with destroyed mosque seen in background8. Various of man searching for damaged copies of the Quran amongst the rubble9. Wide of rocket shot from an Israeli aircraft in the sky over Nuseirat refugee camp10. Wide of damaged al-Farouq MosqueAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYRafah, Gaza Strip - July 12, 201411. Wide tilt down of destroyed building12. Wide of rubble of destroyed home 13. Various close up shots of Quran seen in rubble of destroyed home14. Various of boy walking amongst rubble of destroyed home 15. Close up shot of rubble of home destroyed in airstrike16. Various of car overturned in rubble of destroyed home17. Men walking over rubble of destroyed homeSTORYLINEIsrael continued to fire rockets across the Gaza Strip on Saturday morning, as the Palestinian death toll topped 120. A large explosion caused by an Israeli airstrike on Saturday morning created chaos on the streets of Khan Younis, in the Southern Gaza Strip. Dozens of locals were running away from the damaged site, which was quickly surrounded by smoke. A rocket also hit the house of Hamas militant leader Yehiya al-Sinwar from the group's military wing Al Qassam Brigades. There were no casualties in the attack, according to health officials in Gaza.In Nuseirat, an airstrike damaged the al-Farouq Mosque early on Saturday but did not cause any casualties. Israel accuses Hamas, Islamic Jihad and other Gaza militant groups of using religious sites to conceal weapons and establish underground tunnel networks, deliberately endangering its own civilians. Gaza militants have fired nearly 700 rockets and mortars toward Israel in five days of fighting. More than 920 wounded have been wounded, according to a spokesperson at the Gaza Health Ministry. Israel's military said the airstrikes have taken out Hamas' command centers, rocket launchers and storage sites. Israel launched its campaign five days ago to stop relentless rocket fire on its citizens.