More than 300 rockets fired from Gaza, IAF strikes 70 targets

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(Worthy News) - Palestinian militants in Gaza fired over 300 rockets and mortar shells into southern Israel within a span of five hours Monday evening in the most intense hostilities in the region since 2014.

Rockets continued late into the evening as sirens went off throughout southern Israel. Rocket strikes were reported in Ashkelon and in the town of Sderot, as well as in Netivot where the local religious council building was hit. A rocket also hit a home in Ashkelon causing a fire to break out. Code Red sirens were sounded throughout the south, including in Be’er Sheva.

MDA reported that over the course of the day, 50 Israelis were hospitalized at Barzilai Medical Center in Ashkelon due to the hostilities. At least 19 were injured by the rocket fire and an additional 31 people were treated for shock. Soroka Medical Center in Be'er Sheva treated 47 people, three injured and the rest were suffering from shock. [ Source: YNet News (Read More...) ]

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