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Sirens Sound in Jerusalem, Rockets Hit Nearby

Reports that areas near Jerusalem have been struck by rockets from Gaza

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Apparently just minutes ago, as the City of Gold prepares for Shabbat, the quiet was breached by sirens. Many are reporting that areas near Jerusalem have been struck by rockets.

Hamas has also just tweeted this:

Al Qassam Brigades launch two M75 homemade missiles towards occupied Jerusalem #gaza #GuzaUnderattack #ShaleStones #Hamas #Resistance

There are also reports that Gush Etzion in the West Bank, which has a massive Palestinian population, is nearest to where the two rockets fired from Gaza landed.

We’ll keep you updated.

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    I think I remember Y’srael pilots using 2-ton concrete blocks dropped on some Arab war plant, instead of explosives. Di some serious damage from that height, and speed. Maybe a like strike could be arranged as “peaceful,” non military weaponry “air inspection tour” for Gaza? Oh! I didn’t just write “that,” did I!!!

    Oh! And remember Y’srael Pilots dumping screaming pigs on an Arab airfield?!! What a porker day those swine-hating swine had!

Firing at Jerusalem? Al Quds? Islam’s third most holy place? A city populated by Jews, Muslims and Christians? Seems to me killing Israeli Jews takes precedent over the prospect of killing innocents and destroying religious symbols.

fred capio says:

It would be nice if a missile hits the dome, maybe it could be arranged????

Flatten Gaza. Give 25 hours for women and children to evacuate to Muslim Brotherhood ruled Egypt, and then wipe the terrorists off the map. For too long we have witnessed the tragic resu;ts of Israeli good will and peace overtures in handing Gaza to the Arabs. Enough is enough!

PhillipNagle says:

This is the result of Israel ignoring the daily rocket attacks in southern Israel. These current attacks on Jerusalem and Tel Aviv require retribution that should have been done long ago.

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Sirens Sound in Jerusalem, Rockets Hit Nearby

Reports that areas near Jerusalem have been struck by rockets from Gaza

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