GAZA, Feb 26 (Reuters) - Israeli warplanes bombed at least four targets in the Gaza Strip
on Saturday, wounding a seven-month-old girl and one Palestinian man, medics in the coastal territory said.
The Israeli military had no immediate comment.
Medics said a strike launched on a Hamas
national guard post in Rafah
, a town near Gaza's border with Egypt, hit near a home and the baby was wounded in the head by shrapnel. The injury was not listed as serious and was described as slight.
A Palestinian man, described as a civilian, was wounded moderately in an earlier strike on a militants' training camp in Gaza, the medics said.
Palestinian medics also reported two earlier Israeli air strikes before dawn on Saturday against targets of the Islamic Jihad
group. There were no injuries.
Islamic Jihad had been blamed for a rocket fired on Wednesday from Gaza that struck the deepest in Israel since a Gaza war of two years ago, damaging a home in the city of Beersheba
That rocket attack had followed the killing of a Palestinian militant in Gaza from Islamic Jihad, and the wounding of another in Israeli tank fire at the coastal territory earlier on Wednesday.
(Reporting by Nidal al-Mughrabi; Writing by Allyn Fisher-Ilan; editing by Elizabeth Piper)