The armed wing of the Palestinian Hamas movement said an Israeli offensive in the Gaza Strip in the north of the enclave killed the military commander of the Izedine al-Qassam Brigades, Ahmed al-Gandur, as well as three other senior members.

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Al-Ghandour, also known as Abu Anas, was also a member of Hamas' military council. He was considered a terrorist by the U.S. government. Among the other three killed was Ayman Siam, head of the organization's missile unit.

An Israeli Defense Ministry spokeswoman said the Israeli army had confiscated $1.3 million during its campaign in Gaza. Most of the money was in Israeli shekels, and was found in Hamas bastions and in the homes of wanted persons.

In addition to shekels, Jordanian and Iraqi dinars were found, as well as dollars.

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The money will be handed over to Israel's state treasury and it is not yet known how it will be spent.

Israel accuses Hamas of using the money to finance terrorist activities.

In clashes in the West Bank today, eight Palestinians were killed, the Associated Press recalls.

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