JERUSALEM (Worthy News)– Israel issues sends message to Hamas: calm will be met with calm, however as of Friday morning rockets continued to fall in southern Israel. Over the past month, more than 125 rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip, 45 of which have fallen in the past 24 hours.
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