ocket-launching terror squads in Gaza used to have several minutes to set up their weapons, shoot them and disappear before Israel could muster any counter action.
Today, an Israeli military official says, the cells have mere moments before they are spotted and targeted by Israeli missiles, thanks to streamlined intelligence and more readily available firepower.
<pic caption> Palestinians inspect a motorcycle that was hit in an Israeli air strike in the Gaza Strip. Two terrorists, both suspected of involvement in the June 18 attack, were targeted. One was killed, the other severely injured. (Photo credit: Abed Ragim Khatib/ Flash 90)
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