JERUSALEM (Worthy News)– Over the past 24 hours, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) struck over 200 targets in Gaza, while Hamas continued to launch rockets into Israel — including rockets landing in Hebron and Bethlehem, heavily populated Arab towns. Several rockets land in the upper Galilee from Lebanon.
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IDF strikes 200 Gaza targets in past 24 hours
Ahead of intensified air strikes on rocket launchers, IDF asking tens of thousands of northern Gazans to vacate; army sources says Palestinian organization fired rockets from Lebanon into Israel, not Hezbollah.
Three rockets fired from Lebanon at Western Galilee
For the first time since the beginning of Operation Protective Edge, three rockets fell in open areas in the Western Galilee on Saturday night.
Sirens blare in Jerusalem, rockets land in Hebron and Bethlehem
Rockets landed in Hebron and Bethlehem, the IDF Spokeperson said. Four rockets landed in total in the attack- three in Palestinian areas and one near a Jewish West Bank settlement.
4 IDF Commandos wounded in Gaza op, rocket fire continues
Military tensions between Israel and Hamas in Gaza continued to climb overnight between Saturday and Sunday with a new first for the IDF's Operation Brother Keeper: Four Shayetet 13 commandos were lightly wounded after their team became the first foot soldiers (as far as is known) to enter the Gaza Strip in recent escalations.
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