Kassam hit near PM's ranch 3 wks ago - IDF reveals

A Kassam rocket landed very close to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's Sycamore Ranch three weeks ago, it was released for publication on Saturday, Channe

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 15, 2005 20:12
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A Kassam rocket landed very close to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon's Sycamore Ranch three weeks ago, it was released for publication on Saturday, Channel 2 reported. The Kassam was fired during the relentless barrage nearly a month ago, following the explosion of a Kassam-laden truck during a Hamas rally in Gaza City, which killed 19 Palestinians. Blaming the blast on Israel, Hamas cells launched a string of Kassam attacks on Israeli territories, wounding a number of civilians. One of the Kassams also landed near the grave of the prime minister's wife, Lily Sharon.

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