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Another Rocket Falls Short of Ashkelon

Thursday, January 16th, 2014

At 9:30 AM another rocket was launched at Ashkelon from Gaza. The rocket landed in an open area, and no injuries were reported.

There was a problem with the Red Alert alarm system, and not all residents in the city heard the siren go off.

8:19 PM – Red Alert: Rocket Launch at Ashkelon

Sunday, December 15th, 2013

A rocket was launched at Ashkelon from Gaza at 8:19 pm. It appears that the rocket fell short and landed within the Gaza strip.

On Saturday, Israel transported fuel into Gaza to help alleviate the humanitarian disaster that Hamas created.

IAF Strikes Gaza Launcher following Attack

Wednesday, August 14th, 2013

Israeli planes attacked overnight underground rocket launchers in the northern Gaza Strip, in retaliation for a rocket attack on towns in south Israel Tuesday night. The IDF reported direct hits on the targets.

Tuesday evening there was a rocket attack on the “Gaza envelope” tons of Sderot and the Western Negev red regional council. The “color red” alarm was sounded, but the rocket fell in an open area and there were no casualties.

70 Citizens Wounded Since Pillar of Defense Began

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

Channel 10 news reports that of the 70 Israelis injured in rocket attacks since the launch of Operation Pillar of Defense on Wednesday, 16 suffered physical injuries and were admitted to Barzilai Medical Center in Ashkelon, including a four year with moderate injuries.  Twelve people suffering physical injuries were sent to Soroka Medical Center in Beersheva, and 12 were sent to Kaplan Medical Center in Rehovot, two of whom were seriously injured.  An additional 30 people who suffered from shock were treated at Soroka.

Some of the injuries occurred as citizens scrambled for safety during Red Alert sirens.

Red Alert in Be’er Sheva, 10 Rockets Fell

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

At least 10 rockets were fired at Be’er Sheva in the Negev this evening. Several sirens were sounded in the city

Throngs of Israeli student pack the Be’er Sheva train station, due to the closing of Ben Gurion University. To accommodate the masses of students, Israel Rail Road is sending extra long trains to evacuate the students looking to escape northward.

One of the Kassam rockets fell in a shopping mall in the city. A building was damaged but there were no casualties.

Two of the rockets were blocked by the Iron Dome system.

Exclusive: Grad Lands In Naveh, Near Shocked Yeshiva Students

Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

JewishPress.com received an eye witness account of a Grad missile that landed in Naveh, a mere 100 meters from the Otzem (Atzmona) Premilitary Academy.

Shocked yeshiva students had just finished lunch and were outside when the rocket slammed down in front of them, with shrapnel landing a mere few yards away from where they were standing.

No “Red Alert” siren sounded ahead of the attack.

The site is now teaming with IDF personnel, and all the yeshiva students have been ordered into bomb shelters.

It is suspected that this rocket may have been launched from Sinai, which would possibly explain why the “Red Alert” did not sound.

 

 

Rocket Lands in Ashdod Tuesday Morning

Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

Residents of Ashdod heard an explosion, but no “Red Alert” siren at just after 6 AM Tuesday morning.

Gazans launched at least one Grad rocket at Ashdod in the early morning hours, and it was successfully intercepted by Iron Dome.

A second rocket reportedly landed in an open area and caused no damage or injuries.

Overnight the IAF attacked two launch sites in northern Gaza, and a weapons warehouse in central Gaza. The IDF reports directs hits on the targets.

Updated: Sunday’s List of Rocket Launches, Strikes, Injuries, and Damage

Sunday, November 11th, 2012

We’ve decided to open up a new list of rocket launches/strikes for Sunday. For all the previous launches up to Sunday morning  go here.

Watch a video of a Red Alert in Sderot.

11:18 PM Sdot HaNegev, Shaar HaNegev

9:11 PM Netovot, Rahat, Bnei Shimon, Sdot Negev

8:1 5 PM Eshkol

8:00 PM Sderot

7:58 PM Sderot

7:46 PM Eshkol

7:30 PM Eshkol

7:07 PM Eshkol

6:46 PM Kissufim

6:38 PM Eshkol

6:19 PM Eshkol

6:02 PM Eshkol

5:00 PM Shaar HaNegev

4:56PM Sderot

3:57 PM Ashkelon, Lachish, Shaa HaNegev

1:57 PM Be’er Sheva

1:04PM Ashkelon Beach

12:56 PM Sdot HaNegev

12:35 PM Ashkelon

12:31 PM Eshkol

12:31  PM Ashkelon Beach

12:29 PM Golan Heights (yeah, you read that right)

12:05 PM Shaar HaNegev

11:54 AM Shaar HaNegev. Sdot HaNegev, Eshkol

10:48 AM Double Header (again) – Sderot and Shaar HaNegev

10:17 AM Factory in Sderot suffers direct hit. No injuries.

10:09 AM Double Header – Sderot and Shaar HaNegev

9:50 AM Shaar HaNegev (4 rockets)

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