Palestinian family rushes from scene of Israeli missile strike
2008-12-28 14:15:02 GMT2008-12-28 22:15:02 (Beijing Time)
A Hamas policeman shouts in front of a burning building following an Israel air strike in Gaza Strip December 28, 2008.
An injured Palestinian man lies on the ground outside the Hamas police headquarters in Gaza City following an Israeli air strike on December 27. Egypt on Sunday blamed Hamas for not letting hundreds of Palestinians wounded by Israeli air strikes leave the Gaza Strip for treatment, with dozens of empty ambulances waiting on the border.
A Palestinian family rushes from the scene of an Israeli missile strike on a building in the Rafah refugee camp, southern Gaza Strip, Sunday, Dec. 28, 2008.
Gazans cowered in their homes Sunday as Israeli warplanes pressing one of Israel's deadliest assaults ever on Palestinian militants unleashed missiles on weapons warehouses, a police station, the homes of militant field commanders and dozens of other targets across the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip.More than 270 Palestinians, most of them militants, have been killed and more than 600 people wounded since Israel's campaign to quash rocket barrages from Gaza began midday Saturday.