Two Kassam rockets explode in Sha'ar Hanegev area; none hurt

Two Kassam rockets explo

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January 8, 2010 22:07

 
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Two Kassam rockets were fired on Friday night from the Gaza Strip in the direction of the Sha'ar Hanegev area. No casualties were reported and no damage was caused. The rockets exploded in open fields. Security forces were working to pinpoint their exact landing points. Prior to the twin blasts, Code Red alarms sounded in communities in the area.

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