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55 Rockets and Mortars Hit South (+ Home Video)


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On Monday morning Gazan terrorists launched 55 mortars and rockets at Israel. No one was injured in the attacks those some buildings were damaged. Hamas and Islamic Jihad are jointly taking credit for the attacks.

The attacks began just before 6:00 AM when half a dozen mortars fell near a kibbutz in the Eshkol region.

Israel Channel 10 reports that the Hamas terrorists used a more advanced launching system that was able to launch a number of rockets simultaneously.

This initial attack killed some goats in a small zoo.

Residents remained in their shelters for hours, and stayed close by when they were allowed out.

in the following home video you can see and hear what the citizens of the South hear when the alarm goes off. You can hear an explosion in the background after the “red alert” goes off.

On Sunday, IDF targeted two Jihadists in Gaza who were planning a major attack over the Simchat Torah holiday.

The two were identified as Tlaath Hallil Muhammed Jerbi and Abdullah Mohammed Hassan Maqawi.

10 people were hurt in the attack.

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3 Responses to “55 Rockets and Mortars Hit South (+ Home Video)”

  1. Lori Lowenthal Marcus says:

    Goats were killed in a children's petting zoo, that means if it were not closed for Simchat Torah, children very well could have been killed. This sounds like the beginning of what lead to Cast Lead. Plus Hamas working with Islamic Jihad. lots of ominous signs.

  2. Naomi Levy says:

    Yet another rocket this morning, totalling 56 rockets!

  3. Salcedo Tina says:

    THE US christians prayers are with Gods chosen people of Israel… our support, love, and compassion are with you and your children… the Jerusalem Prayer team is praying for your people and holy Israel every day!

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