About half the residents of Kibbutz Carmiya in the western Negev, many of them evacuees from Gush Katif, moved to a holiday retreat in Ashkelon on Saturday in order to escape future Kassam rocket attacks.
The move followed a Kassam attack on Friday night that wounded four people, including a 7-month-old boy.
The infant was evacuated to Soroka Hospital in Beersheba. His condition was reported as stable on Saturday night. The families planned to join a protest in Jerusalem on Sunday over their present situation.
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