GAZA CITY (AFP) - An air strike which killed two people in Sudan targeted a top Hamas militant who escaped unharmed, a Gaza-based MP told a local news website on Thursday. Hamas MP Ismail al-Ashqar told the Gaza-based Safa news agency his nephew Abdel Latif al-Ashqar, whom he described as a "big military leader" within the group's armed wing, was present at the time of the attack but survived. He was "the main target from the air raid but Allah blinded them and saved him," he told the news agency. Ashqar did not respond to calls to confirm the report, and Hamas officials were not immediately available to comment on the claim which came two days after an unidentified plane fired a missile at a small car driving between the airport and Port Sudan, killing both passengers.