Katyusha rocket strikes Beersheba; first since Cast Lead

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February 23, 2011 22:42

 
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A Grad-model Katyusha rocket struck in Beersheba on Wednesday for the first time since Operation Cast Lead in the Gaza Strip over two years ago.

The rocket landed near a villa in Beersheba causing and caused extensive damage. Air sirens went off throughout the city just seconds before the rocket struck.

The IDF was expected to respond harshly to the attack.

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