People living along the Gaza border have between eight and 15 seconds to reach a safe space before a rocket hits.
People living along the Gaza border have only 15 seconds within which to reach safety before a rocket or mortar shell explodes in their vicinity – perhaps right next to them.
Residents living in the area said they heard two loud explosions, but reported no injuries or property damage.
She is afraid to stay in Israel; but she's also afraid to return to the Palestinian Authority, where she fears she will arrested.
The truce was mediated by Egyptian security personnel.
In an open miracle, despite the awful damage, not one person was physically injured.
United Hatzalah has sent down volunteers and supplies to help Israelis under rocket fire.
Up-to-the-minute information is posted on the Live Blog about Code Red alerts and incoming rocket attacks.
Even as we publish this article, the numbers are already out of date...
July 14, 2018
Arab media reported the Izz a-Din al-Qassam military wing of Hamas claimed responsibility for Tuesday night's rocket fire at Israel.
Gaza terrorists fired some 80 rockets and mortar shells at Israel on Tuesday, May 29.
Tuesday marked the largest rocket and mortar attack against Israel from Gaza since 2014.
Ari Fuld takes us down to Israel's south were mortars are raining down.
Some of the rockets hit inside Israeli communities, others were intercepted by Iron Dome.
Before this article went to press, Congressmen Tipton and McKinley were detained by Israeli police for daring to pick up an olive branch which...
Rather ironic that they're now hitting their own schools too.