Lighting up the skies
Just before a 'humanitarian pause' came into effect at 10:00 am, Hamas sent a volley of rockets toward Central Israel and Beersheva
Explosions were heard in the skies over greater Tel Aviv on Thursday
morning as Palestinian rocket launchers fired a fresh barrage of
projectiles at towns and suburbs in the Sharon region.
One rocket was intercepted over the greater Tel Aviv and Sharon district and one rocket fell in the area.
Rocket sirens were sounded in highly populated suburbs of Tel Aviv,
including Kfar Sava, Ra'anana, Petah Tikva, Kiryat Ono, and Bnei Brak.
latest salvo came just after terrorists in the Gaza Strip launched a
trickle of rocket fire at southern Israel on Thursday morning ahead of a
temporary cease-fire set to take effect at 10 a.m.
Four rockets fired from the Gaza Strip toward Beersheba exploded in open territory on Thursday morning.
in the morning the Iron Dome rocket defense system intercepted two
rockets over Kiryat Gat and Kiryat Malachi. Three rockets also fell in
open area in Kiryat Malachi, and the Eshkol and Ashkelon Coast regional
councils on Thursday morning.
Each rocket - indiscriminately aimed at civilians - is a war crime. But don't expect to hear anything about that from any of the 'human rights' organizations.
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