JERUSALEM (Worthy News)– A Hamas terrorist squad entered Israel through a smuggling tunnel from the Gaza Strip killing two IDF soldiers. Israel continues to call up reservists, as troop mass along the Gaza border for a possible expansion of a ground campaign within the Gaza Strip.
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Two soldiers, including a senior officer, were killed when they engaged a Hamas terrorist squad that entered Israel through a smuggling tunnel from the central Gaza Strip Saturday afternoon.
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One person was killed and three others were wounded near Dimona at around noon Saturday by a rocket barrage from the Gaza Strip.
The four, including a baby and small boy, are all members of the same family from a local Bedouin community. They were taken to hospital in Dimona by relatives after the strike, and the 32-year-old man died shortly after arrival. The man was later identified as Aluj Aday, 32, from one of the Bedouin villages in Israel's Negev desert region.
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