Two rockets from Gaza caused large explosions early Monday, March 25, in the town of Tira and Moshav Mishmeret in the Sharon region of central Israel north of Tel Aviv. Seven people were injured, including two infants and a woman of 60, who was moderately hurt by shrapnel, when their home in the moshav took a direct hit. Two trapped residents pulled themselves out of the wrecked building. The explosions were caused by rockets fired by Palestinian organizations from the Gaza Strip. They came seconds after siren alerts across the Sharon and Hefer Valley regions, including Rosh Ha’Ayin, Afek, Kfar Saba, Neveh Yamin, Lev Hashon, Ain Vered, Pardesiya, Qalanswa, Ramat Hakovesh and Tel Mond. The Magen David First Aid Service is on high alert. Hamas has announced a buildup for a major escalation of attacks on Israel to mark the first anniversary of its March of the Million on March 31.