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Tonight’s Forecast: Rain of Rockets with a Chance of Mortar Drizzle

Rockets launched from Gaza at southern Israel. (archive photo)

Rockets launched from Gaza at southern Israel. (archive photo)
Photo Credit: Abed Rahim Khatib / Flash 90

IDF Southern Command believes that the rockets and mortars will begin again tonight, hours before the ceasefire is set to end.

This is based on political assessments that the negotiations with the Hamas terror organization are not moving forward.

The IDF is raising internal preparedness of the IAF and intelligence units, and they are preparing for rockets and retaliations.

No additional warning levels or instructions have been raised for citizens, with the exception of stopping train service between Ashkelon and Ashdod last time, until further notice.

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8 Responses to “Tonight’s Forecast: Rain of Rockets with a Chance of Mortar Drizzle”

  1. That would be really stupid of HAMAS…

  2. That would be really stupid of HAMAS…

  3. David Cohen says:

    So that is why they will do it.v

  4. David Cohen says:

    So that is why they will do it.v

  5. Paul W. Howe says:

    It will defintely happen…

  6. Tay Green says:

    I’m afraid I agree, I reckon round about 10 pm there will be some form of rocket attack, which Hamas will deny

  7. Tay Green says:

    I’m afraid I agree, I reckon round about 10 pm there will be some form of rocket attack, which Hamas will deny

  8. Denise Mayer says:

    got to have a sense of humor…lol

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