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May 25, 2016 / 17 Iyar, 5776
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Update: Two Katyusha Rockets Hit near Kiryat Shmona

Two IDF soldiers overlooking Kiryat Shmona.

Two IDF soldiers overlooking Kiryat Shmona.
Photo Credit: Shay Levy/Flash90

An eye witness reports that he saw two rockets fall in the Galil, near the Kiryat Shmona area at around 7 AM.

Update: Channel 2 confirms the report, and no injuries or damage are reported.

Five Katyusha rockets were launched, and at least 2 hit inside Israel.

The IDF says 2 rockets hit in the Margalit area, and the IDF shot somewhere around forty artillery shells at the rocket launch site in Lebanon.

Photo by: Nabu Katzav / NewsIL

Photo by: Nabu Katzav / NewsIL

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3 Responses to “Update: Two Katyusha Rockets Hit near Kiryat Shmona”

  1. Kiryat Shmona is located in the Galilee, not the Golan Heights.

  2. Anonymous says:

    maybe they are ready to see Beirut in shambles again, what a pity, such a jewel of the sea, a shame to see all that reconstruction go to rubble.

  3. Hans Polak says:

    o yeah, what a pity!

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