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Wednesday, July 09, 2014

Hamas targets Israel's nuclear reactor

Hamas targeted Israel's nuclear reactor in Dimona on Wednesday.
Three rockets were launched at Dimona in southern Israel on Wednesday afternoon. The Iron Dome intercepted one rocket before it could land, while two other rockets landed in open areas.
Dimona is the location of Israel's nuclear reactor. There was no indication that rockets damaged any part of the reactor. 
Hamas claimed responsibility for the rockets, stating that it had been attempting to hit the nuclear reactor.
Militants from Hamas's Qassam Brigades said they had launched long-range M-75 rockets towards Dimona.
Minutes later the Iron Dome intercepted rockets  in Ness Tziona , Yavne and Rehovot in central Israel as Gaza terrorists extended the range of their rockets on Operation Protective Edge's second day.
Earlier on Wednesday, two rockets fired from the Gaza Strip were intercepted over the Greater Tel Aviv area.
Code Red rocket alert sirens sounded in Holon and Bat Yam prior to the interceptions.
No injuries or damage were reported in the attacks.
A 90% success rate for this sort of thing is never good enough and certainly not when you're defending a nuclear reactor. What could go wrong?

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