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Thursday, October 27, 2011

'Palestinians' launch Grad rockets at Ashdod, Bnei Aish; IDF troops saved by armored vehicle

A group of IDF troops was saved on Wednesday night when their armored vehicle (pictured above) was struck by a roadside bomb near Efrat (Hat Tip: Soccer Dad via Peter Lerner). No one was hurt.

For the first time since Gilad Shalit was released, 'Palestinian' terrorists shot three Grad rockets at Ashdod and Bnei Aish shortly before midnight on Wednesday night. No one was hurt and there was no property damage. More significantly, however, air raid sirens sounded further north on Wednesday night than has ever been the case from a rocket attack. The sirens sounded in Rechovot and Nes Tziona, both on the outskirts of metropolitan Tel Aviv.
The IDF Spokesman confirmed that one rocket was fired at the Ashdod area. Israel Radio reported that three rockets were fired from the Strip. Police forces were coming the area searching for the landing site.

Sirens were heard in Yavne, Gadera, Rehovot, Nes Ziona and Ashdod. This was first time that air raid sirens were activated in Rehovot and Nes Ziona due to a rocket attack.
There's going to be a war soon folks, and when it happens, the Tel Aviv area is going to be very hard-hit, at least at the outset.

What could go wrong?

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At 2:19 AM, Blogger Sunlight said...

This is bad news. Rehovot and Nes Ziona? Ugh. And an IED? That has to be placed there. Ugh.


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