Kassam lands near school; none hurt

Second rocket strikes Sderot; Quds Brigade claims responsibility for attacks.

June 13, 2007 07:51
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One of two Kassam rockets fired at the Western Negev Wednesday morning landed near a secondary school in the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council area. Apart from a woman who suffered shock, no one was wounded and no damage was reported. The second rocket landed in an open area. The Quds Brigade, the armed wing of the Islamic Jihad, clamed responsibility for the attacks. On Tuesday, a resident of the Beduin community of Rahat was lightly wounded after a Kassam landed near a factory in a western Negev industrial area.

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