Grad rocket shell found in southern Israel

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 16, 2012 12:47

 
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The IDF received a report Saturday morning that a rocket shell had been found in the Arava region in the South, following reports overnight that an explosion had been heard in the area.

Following an initial examination, the IDF determined that the rocket appeared to be Grad-type.

"The IDF will continue to conduct security operations in order to prevent shootings," an IDF officer told Channel 10.

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