Home Front Command to test sirens in Center, West Bank

April 5, 2011 07:56


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The Home Front Command was set to conduct a test of sirens in the center of the country and in the West Bank at 11:05 a.m. on Tuesday.

Sirens will be heard in Netanya, Avihal, Barutayim, Beit Yitzhak, Beit Aharon, Bat Chen, Givat Shapira, Gan Yeshiahu, Ganot Hadar, Hadar Am, Ha'ogen, Hevatzelet Hasharon, Yad Hana, Yedida, Kfar Haim, Ma'arvut, Mishmar Hasharon, Nordia, Nitzanei Oz, Olesh, Tzor Natan, Shoshanat Ha'emekim, Sha'ar Ephraim and Tel Yitzhak.

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