Sderot schools strike in protest of Kassam attacks

Schools in Sderot and the Sha’ar Hanegev Regional Council will strike on Sunday in protest of the barrages of Kassam rockets that struck the region ov

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September 25, 2005 09:13

 
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Schools in Sderot and the Sha’ar Hanegev Regional Council will strike on Sunday in protest of the barrages of Kassam rockets that struck the region over the weekend. A Sderot resident and mother of four told Army Radio about what she and her family were forced to endure: “We have no shelter. During the night we heard loud explosions, the entire house shook. It was really scary.” One of her children said, “It was a nightmare. We never experienced such an attack. I was shaking. I want Ariel Sharon to do something.”



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