Photo Credit: Edi Israel / Flash 90
A volley of rockets fired from the Gaza Strip is intercepted by the Iron Dome system.

During the early hours of Thursday morning, Jan. 16, five rockets were fired from Gaza into Israel. The rockets set off the Tzeva Adom Code Red Alert sirens along the western edge of Israel’s borders.

The Iron Dome defense system intercepted the five rockets, while one additional rocket landed in an empty field.  The rockets were aimed at or near the Israeli city of Ashkelon.

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No injuries were reported.

This most recent round of rockets started on Monday when the Gazans decided to send a farewell barrage to former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon who was laid to rest at his Sycamore Ranch in the Negev on that day.

The IAF retaliated for the rocket launches by striking four terror infrastructure sites in northern Gaza.

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9 COMMENTS

  1. Not to mention the prime beach-front property and its brilliant Jewish agriculture scientists and settlers who were living there. There's a special place in Gehinnom for those who give away the land that Hashem gave us!

  2. Eny Izquierdo Kerry forgot about not throwing stones when you live in glass house. He lives on actual stolen land (from Native Americans), Israelis don't: they live on legitimate Israeli land

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