Air-raid sirens to be tested throughout North

Air-raid sirens to be te

November 5, 2009 09:25


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The Home Front Command will be testing air-raid sirens in the North on Thursday morning. At 11:00 a.m. a rising and falling siren will be heard for a minute and a half in the following communities: Evan Yitzhak, Alikim, Beit Oran, Daliat el-Carmel, Osfiah, Kibbutz Dalia, Kibbutz Hazura, Kibbutz Ein Hashofet, Yokneam, Megido, Mederech Oz, Mishmar Ha'emek, Ramot Menashe and Ramot Hashofet. In the event of an actual attack, the test siren will cease and immediately begin again.

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