Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haneya urged the international community to take action to end Israel's massive offensive in the Gaza Strip, as he inspected the damage to his office after an Israeli air strike on Sunday.
"It's an attack against a Palestinian symbol," he said, urging the international community and the Arab League to intervene to bring an end to "this agression."
He described the Israeli offensive in the Gaza Strip to free an Israeli soldier captured a week ago by Palestinian militants as "an insane policy."
An Israeli air raid struck Haniya's office early Sunday, causing a fire but no casualties, witnesses and security sources said. Haneya was not present at the time of the raid.
The Israeli army confirmed it launched an air strike on Haneya's office and another two targeting Hamas infrastructure in Gaza, vowing to use "all means" to secure the release of captured soldier Gilad Shalit.