A Palestinian protestor gestures towards Israeli riot police during a demonstration against the Israeli attacks on Gaza in the Shuafat Refugee Camp, north of Jerusalem, on 29 December 2008. After three days of massive airstrikes in the Gaza Strip, Israel was readying 29 December to widen its offensive against Hamas by sending in ground forces. The toll of Operation "Cast Lead" - launched 27 December to curb rocket and mortar attacks from the strip - meanwhile reached at least 345 Palestinian dead and 1,600 injured, Gaza emergency services chief Mu'awia Hassanein said. Two Israelis have also been killed and dozens injured.
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