Four Rockets Fired at Netivot

There were no injuries and no property damage was reported.

Yanir Yagna
Yanir Yagna

Four Grad rockets were fired last night from the Gaza Strip at the western Negev city of Netivot. Two were intercepted by the Iron Dome system and the two others fell in open areas outside the city. No injuries or property damage were reported. Another rocket fell on Tuesday morning in the area of the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council.

There were no injuries and no property damage was reported.

On Saturday, more than 20 rockets were fired toward Israel, and a factory worker in Sderot was moderately injured. Four people were killed in the Gaza Strip, including two terrorists and a 4-year-old boy, whom the Israel Defense Forces said was not struck by an Israeli operation.

A rocket in the Eshkol Regional Council.



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