Israeli planes strike a Hamas military installation after Palestinian rocket fire

A Palestinian rocket was fired from Gaza before midnight Tuesday, exploding in an unpopulated area of the Hof Ashkelon district. The region was alerted by a siren. No casualties or damage were caused. An Israeli air strike followed later against a Hamas military installation in the Khan Younes area of southern Gaza. This was the eleventh Palestinian rocket attack since the US recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital two weeks ago. None caused casualties or disruptions.

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6 thoughts on “Israeli planes strike a Hamas military installation after Palestinian rocket fire

  • Dec 13, 2017 @ 8:52 at 8:52
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    God is clearly with Israel. 11 rockets, no casualties. All Christians worldwide should continue praying for Israel.

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  • Dec 13, 2017 @ 10:22 at 10:22
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    Just block electricity and water for some hours a day.

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  • Dec 13, 2017 @ 10:32 at 10:32
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    TEL MISSIL or TUNNELYA, these are the most representative name for the capital of the South Palestinian people in Gaza. While FUCKLIN or SHITOVYA jump in the eye as well inspired for the previously named Nablus capital of the North Palestinian people in West Bank.

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  • Dec 13, 2017 @ 11:10 at 11:10
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    On 13th (of december) there is a slight bad luck chance for the 11 rockets to boomerang back as 11 hundreds, that’s why I promtply pulled a black cat by the tail while simultaneously throwing salt back over my left shoulder. Allah willing, we will get Scuds and atomic bombs from Iran, then I’ll be able to rent chair places on my balcony for people keen admire beautiful trajectory paths in the sky!

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    • Dec 13, 2017 @ 11:37 at 11:37
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      as the arrow and patriot batterys shoot them down yes it will be amazing to see 7 million people defeat 200 million

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      • Dec 13, 2017 @ 11:58 at 11:58
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        Sorry, I do not give a shmit on the 200 milions dumbs, it was pure sarcasm out of over revolting.
        An old kibbutz woman once said, some 50 years ago, “We must believe that there will be peace, someday. The day when the Arabs love their children more than they hate us”. But that day is still to come.

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