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July 27, 2016 / 21 Tammuz, 5776
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Morning Briefing of Overnight Activities in Gaza

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Two missiles launched since midnight (total 104 since the operation began Wednesday afternoon.

Three terrorists were killed in Khan Yunis that were firing rockets towards the Eshkol region.

28 Israelis were treated for shell shock.

1 person lightly wounded from broken glass, in Be’er Sheva.

UN Security Council discusses situation between Israel and Gaza, but reached no conclusions.

At 4:38 AM, Israel targeted the Palestinian Parliament building in Gaza.

13 dead in Gaza, and over 90 wounded.

President Obama discusses situation with Egyptian president Morsi, telling him it is Israel’s right to defend itself.

Last rocket attacks for at 6:51 AM in the Eshkol region. No injuries reported.

 

 

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