A Kassam rocket struck a synagogue in Sderot late Thursday night, wounding one person and sending a number of others into shock.
Over 200 people had been at the synagogue only a half an hour prior to the rocket strike, and 20 to the 30 of them were still in the area at the time of the attack, Noam Bedin, director of the Sderot Information Center told the Jerusalem Post.
One person was lightly injured in the attack, and a number of others suffered from shock, Bedin said.
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