Kibbutz Nahal Oz tells residents to stay away

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 9, 2014 19:33

 
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Kibbutz Nahal Oz has instructed its residents not to return to their homes in light of the continuing rocket fire from the Gaza Strip, Channel 10 reported.

Last week, Israeli military officials told the inhabitants of the towns and communities near the Gaza border that it was safe to come home, but with the resumption of rocket barrages over the weekend, residents say this is not realistic.

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