IDF instructs residents in North to stay away from border areas

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December 23, 2015 15:25

 
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The IDF on Wednesday instructed residents and farmers in northern Israel to refrain from approaching the border areas.

In addition, the military advised farmers to cease work close to the boarder and refrain from going to the area.

The advisory came after three rockets were launched Sunday from Lebanon and believed to have exploded in the Western Galilee. The rocket attack came following Sunday reports that an Israeli air strike had killed Lebanese terrorist Samir Kuntar.

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