JERUSALEM, ISRAEL (Worthy News)– Israel attacked over 350 terror related sites in the Gaza Strip as the nation fell under a barrage of rockets, including Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. An extended operation is planned against Hamas as the the Israel Cabinet called up 40,000 reservists earlier in the day.
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