430 rockets fired into Israel, IDF hits 200 targets in Gaza

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
May 5, 2019 06:57
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Since the beginning of the latest round of fighting on Saturday, about 430 rockets were fired into Israel and the IDF hit 200 terror targets in response.

Throughout Saturday night, 180 rockets were fired from Gaza and IDF aircraft hit about 60 terror targets in Gaza. The IAF is still attacking targets in Gaza as of Sunday morning.


The targets hit in Gaza included rocket launchers and a Hamas military position in the northern Gaza Strip. Attack tunnels, military compounds and emplacements, storage houses and weapons factories of Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad were also struck.

IDF naval forces also struck Hamas and Islamic Jihad naval forces.

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