By 4 p.m. on Tuesday, the Palestinian Islamic Jihad had fired some 160 rockets into Israel, with 60 downed by Iron Dome before they hit populated areas of Israel. Three nonetheless struck buildings causing damage but no casualties. Some 30 persons received medical treatment for shock or minor injuries. The Israeli Air Force struck Islamic Jihad targets in southern Gaza. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu gave opposition leader Benny Gantz a security briefing on the situation, and will soon update a second Kahol Lavan leader, Gaby Ashkenazi, who chairs the Knesset foreign affairs and security committee. Israel’s air defense systems from north to south are on high alert as Jihad rocket fire continues along with threats of more and escalated retaliation for the death of its leader Baha Abu Al-Atta in Gaza early Tuesday.