Hamas 'Work Accident' Kills Terrorist, Injures Nine Others
An explosion Saturday in the southern Gaza Strip killed at least one terrorist and wounded nine more, medical sources said.
"The explosion occurred during a training session in bomb-making," said a statement from the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Islamist Hamas movement that controls Gaza.
Source have identified the dead man as Ibrahim al-Ghoul, a local Hamas commander.
The blast took place at a house in the southern town of Rafah, on the Egyptian border.
Witnesses had previously described most of the injured, including two seriously hurt, as "activists" - a term often used by Palestinian Arab sources to describe members of terrorist groups operating in the Islamist-controlled territory.