Home Front Command re-issues safety instructions

July 29, 2006 08:16


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The Home Front Command re-issued safety instructions to northern residents on Saturday, calling on all people living north of the Akko-Amiad road, as well as residents of Karmiel, Tiberias and the Haifa area to remain in secured rooms. Residents of Afula, Nazareth, Nazareth Illit, Kiryat Tivon and Migdal Haemek were told to remain indoors and refrain from congregating together. This was the first time that Afula was included in the list of cities receiving safety instructions, after it had sustained a hit from a Hizbullah rocket on Friday, reaching farther south than any of the previous ones.

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