Two rockets fired from Gaza land in Israel; none hurt

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February 24, 2012 09:49

 
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Two rockets fired by terrorists in Gaza exploded in Israeli territory Friday morning, after IAF air craft thwarted an attack earlier in the evening.

The two rockets landed in open fields, causing no casualties or damages, according to Israel Radio.

The IDF struck two terror targets earlier in the evening in the northern Gaza Strip, with the IDF Spokesman's Unit identifying direct hits.

The strike came after IAF fighter jets bombed a terror cell attempting to launch a rocket towards Israel, thwarting the attack.

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