IDF spokesman: No rockets fired at Israel Monday night
The IDF spokesman, asked Tuesday about the five rocket alarm sirens heard in the southern Eshkol region Monday night, stated they were not triggered by rocket fire. An investigation has been launched to discover what caused the sirens to go off.
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Preparedness refers to a set of actions that are taken as precautionary measures in the face of potential disasters. These actions can include both physical preparations and trainings for emergency action. Preparedness is an important quality in achieving goals and in avoiding and mitigating negative outcomes.
There are different types of preparedness, but probably the most developed type is “Disaster Preparedness”, defined by the UN as involving “forecasting and taking precautionary measures prior to an imminent threat when advance warnings are possible”. Methods of preparation include research, estimation, planning, resourcing, education, practicing and rehearsing.
Never again be unprepared, for the surprised get to sing a lot of God, full of Mercy.
I wonder how many land-grabbing Zionists went into the hospital with “shock”? I wonder how many people wet the bed?