1. Various shots of men gathered around destroyed car
2. Various parts of car
3. Ambulance standing by
4. Various shots of people collecting body parts from around the car
5. Various shots of surgeons operating on wounded man at hospital in Khan Yunis
Essaweya, East Jerusalem
6. Wide shot of bulldozers inside village
7. Israeli soldiers escorting the bulldozers
8. Palestinians on hillside looking at demolished house
9. Various demolished house, pan to woman standing crying among ruins
10. Israeli border police and Palestinians at ruins
11. Long shot of Palestinians, pan to police on road firing teargas
12. Patrol of Israeli soldiers
13. Walking shot Danny Ayalon
14. SOUNDBITE: (English) Danny Ayalon, Prime Ministerial foreign policy advisor:
"Last night in Gaza a bomb factory -- a mortar factory -- was hit. This was an action of self-defence. Israel has the right, indeed the duty, for self-defence since the palestinians keep the terror. We have the mortars, which is an indiscriminate killer on our community. The terror continues and where the palestinians -- Arafat -- do not prevent it, as they have to by all the agreements and commitments, we must do it."
Four Palestinians were killed Monday in an explosion in the Gaza Strip, Palestinian doctors and witnesses said.
The dead men were discovered in a burned-out car about 600 meters (yards) from the Sufa crossing between Israel and the Gaza Strip, near the town of Rafah.
The dead men were not immediately identified. A fifth man, who was badly wounded, was taken to Nasser Hospital in the nearby town of Khan Yunis.
A Palestinian farmer from the area said he heard an explosion near his land. He said that he found a completely destroyed car, and human body parts were spread about 10 meters (yards) around the car.
Kalashnikov assault rifles were reportedly found near the vehicle.
The Israeli military said it was checking the report.
In East Jerusalem, Israeli bulldozers demolished two Palestinian houses in the Palestinian neighborhood of Essaweya.
Israel said the homes were demolished because the owners failed to get the proper permits to build them.
Israeli border police and soldiers fired tear gas to disperse the crowd as the demolition took place.
Israel has defended an rocket attack earlier on Monday, in which a goldsmith's workshop in just north of Gaza City was destroyed.
Israel claims the workshop was illegally manufacturing mortar bombs.
Danny Alayon, a foreign policy advisor to Prime Minister Arial Sharon, said Israel had a right and a duty to defend itself because the Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat had failed to prevent terrorism in the Palestinian territories.