Shin Bet: 6 dead; 27 hurt in 128 terror attacks in March

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April 4, 2011 17:17

 
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The Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) released its monthly report on terror attacks in March which documented a total of 128 terror attacks during the month, compared to 61 in February and 81 in January.

A total of six people were killed and 27 were injured from attacks the attacks.

The summary listed 50 attacks in the Gaza Strip, compared to 18 in February, with an increase in high-trajectory weapons shot into Israel including Grad rockets into Beersheba and Ashkelon.

In Jerusalem, there were 42 attacks, an increase from the 20 attacks in February.

Judea and Samaria suffered 36 attacks, a rise from 23 attacks in February.

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