Report: House of Interior Ministry Inspector hit in the Gaza Strip

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
November 12, 2018 18:32
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The house of the Interior Ministry Inspector Avi Abdallah Lafi was hit on Monday evening, Palestinian media reported. No casualties were reported.

Hamas fires over 100 rockets from Gaza on Monday evening. Three rockets fell in buildings in the city of Netivot in south Israel, including in a public building. Three people were hit in Sderot. A bus was hit by a rocket in the Shaar Hanegev Regional Council in south Israel.Air sirens sounded in Israeli communities near the Gaza border and in the Dead Sea region for the past two hours.

The Home Front Command instructed civilians in the cities of Beer Sheva, Ofakim and in the Lachish region to stay near protected areas.

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