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Shabbat Roundup [video]

Smoke rising over Rafah. Top Hamas commander Raed al-Attar was killed late Wednesday night in an air strike in Rafah with two other Hamas commanders.

Smoke rising over Rafah. Top Hamas commander Raed al-Attar was killed late Wednesday night in an air strike in Rafah with two other Hamas commanders.
Photo Credit: Abed Rahim Khatib / Flash 90

Sirens went off a dozen times from the beginning of Shabbat, as Hamas launched rockets and mortars at Israel.

A rocket his a central bus station, and 2 rockets also hit inside a kibbutz, and no red alert went off in that attack.

In response, Israel struck over 30 terror sites in Gaza on Saturday.

5 Gazans were killed, including 2 terrorists on a motorcycle, and a senior Hamas official.

Strike on 2 terrorists on a motorcycle:

5 Gazan were also killed on Friday after Israel responded to Friday’s barrage of rockets from Gaza.

Strike on rocket launcher placed near Mosque:

In Judea and Samaria, 1 Palestinian Authority Arab was killed and dozens wounded when they took up Hamas’s call for violence in Israel’s territories.

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12 Responses to “Shabbat Roundup [video]”

  1. Jocob Uzi says:

    I AM THE BEST THING IN THE WORLS BEACUSE I am jew :)

  2. the only way israel is going to stop the rocket fire from hamas is to wipe them out .

  3. THE JEWS TAKE NO SKIT TOTAL RESPECT FROM ULSTER

  4. God bless, Israel and the Jews. Praying from Norway with all my love

  5. Jane Folkard says:

    If you dish it out, then you gotta cop it. On ya Israel.

  6. Karen Bryant says:

    Praying for Israel.

  7. David Cohen says:

    Shawn Paul Owens, you have no business speaking for Jews. And I know Black Jews who would tell you the same.

  8. God protect Israel

  9. Israel is better stronger faster wiser than Hamas scum. .and for the Palestinian people, well you got what you paid for

  10. Why writing 5 Gazans were killed and no 5 Arabs were killed?

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