Kassam rocket fired towards Ashkelon; no casualties, damage

February 25, 2012 18:58


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Terrorists in the Gaza Strip fired a Kassam rocket towards the city of Ashkelon on Saturday causing no casualties or damages, Army Radio reported.

The rocket exploded in an open area near the beachside city.

The rocket fire on Saturday came after the IDF struck back at terrorists in Gaza Friday overnight, hitting a terror cell as it was configuring a rocket attack, injuring two people according to Palestinian witnesses in the Strip.

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