Despite rocket attacks, Israel continues delivering supplies to Gaza

According to reports there were five gas tankers, 30 fuel tankers and hundreds of other trucks with humanitarian goods that delivered their goods to Gaza.

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November 13, 2018 13:44
A member of Palestinian security forces gestures as a fuel tanker arrives at Kerem Shalom crossing

A member of Palestinian security forces gestures as a fuel tanker arrives at Kerem Shalom crossing in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip August 15, 2018. (photo credit: IBRAHEEM ABU MUSTAFA/REUTERS)

 
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Despite the incessant Hamas rocket attacks against Israel on Tuesday, the Kerem Shalom border crossing was functioning normally, with dozens of trucks entering the Gaza Strip from Israel.
 
According to reports five gas tankers, 30 fuel tankers and hundreds of other trucks with humanitarian goods, delivered their goods to Gaza. Kerem Shalom is the main crossing for fuel and other merchandise between Israel and the Gaza Strip. 

Since Sunday night, Palestinian terrorist groups have fired more than 460 rockets and mortars into southern Israel.

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