Home Front Command requires civilians to stay in protected areas

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 12, 2018 17:58
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The Home Front Command required residents in the cities of Beer Sheva, Netivot, Ofakim, Lachish area and Ashdod, located in south Israel, to stay in protected areas on Monday evening.

Hamas fired from Gaza over 100 rockets in the southern communities in Israel.Residents from other communities near the Gaza border were instructed to public shelters.



The Home Front Command reported that public gatherings are prohibited in these areas.

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