Another 70 rockets hit Israel from Gaza Monday overnight

A total of 85 people were injured in the nearly 500-rocket Palestinian rocket barrage hitting Israel from Gaza in less than 24 hours (Monday 4.30 pm to Tuesday at 6.30 am, when the salvos gained intensity). A man killed in a direct hit to an Ashkelon building was identified as a Palestinian worker from Hebron.  Two women were critically wounded in Ashkelon. The Israeli security cabinet began a meeting at 9.am. Tuesday to decide on whether to expand Israeli’s military response after a series of air strikes against Palestinian buildings in Gaza City proved ineffective to stop the rockets. In fact, Palestinian spokesmen threatened Tuesday morning to expand their targets “beyond Beersheba and Ashdod” if Israel extended its retaliatory operations.

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2 thoughts on “Another 70 rockets hit Israel from Gaza Monday overnight

  • Nov 13, 2018 @ 12:54 at 12:54
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    WAIL how Come the Silly Mossad did not know about Thousands of Explosive Missiles and Loads of smuggling Arms Tunnels not known about??
    Maybe the 15,$$$Million from Qatar helps to Fianace more Missiles….But Israeli Weakness is getting Jews Killed for NO Reason Except.
    While the Israeli Army Cadets fight a Losing Fight because the Israeli Army Cadets have NO Mihgt or NO BALLS…Facts not Appeasment Fiction.

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  • Nov 13, 2018 @ 18:57 at 18:57
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    Like I have said in the past, the problem is with Israeli leadership. They do not recognize how big the threat is. The correct action is to reoccupy the Gaza and deport all combatants or kill them in place. It appears to me that the Israeli leadership is more worried about EU opinion and business deals they have with them than protecting the Israeli people. Now you need leaders who think like Prussians, Not sheep waiting to be slaughtered.

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