IDF hits long-range rocket sites
The 'Palestinian' terror organizations said they would hit Tel Aviv if they were attacked by Israel. In the last half hour, the IDF hit 20 underground storage facilities for long-range rockets
held by Hamas and Islamic Jihad.
The IDF has in recent minutes struck over 20 underground rocket launchers belonging to Hamas and Islamic Jihad in an airstrike.
airstrikes targeted long-range rockets in the possession of terror
organizations, such as the fajr-5 and other rockets that are capable of
striking Tel Aviv from Gaza.
IDF spokesman Yoav Mordechai said
that Gaza is a "forward Iranian base," adding that the latest campaign
of air strikes targeted most of the long-range offensive capabilities in
the hands of Hamas and Islamic Jihad.
He added that columns of smoke were visible around Gaza.
Boo. Hoo. That's a Fajr-5 at the top of this post.
Labels: Hamas rockets, IDF, Islamic Jihad, Tel Aviv