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The Rockets Hamas Fired at Israel Reflect the Success of Gaza's Military Industry

The recent barrages fired at Israel appear to have changed the balance of power somewhat – something that has won the recognition of some Israelis

Amos Harel
Amos Harel
Amos Harel
Amos Harel

During the recent round of fighting in Gaza, Hamas chalked up one significant operational achievement: the huge number of rockets and mortars fired into Israel. The group’s attempts to attack Israel through tunnels were a total failure, as were its efforts to whip out wild cards like attacks using drones of both the air and sea varieties.

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