Islamic Jihad unveils underground rocket launcher used to target Israel

Palestinian terror group displays apparatus it says was used to fire projectiles at Israel.

March 13, 2014 14:03

Islamic Jihad underground rocket launcher. (photo credit: screenshot)


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Islamic Jihad's military wing, the al-Quds Brigades unveiled on Thursday morning an advanced, underground rocket launcher the group claimed it used in their campaign to fire projectiles toward Israel. 

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On Wednesday, the terror group claimed responsibility for a large-scale rocket attack on southern Israel. According to the IDF, Palestinian militants fired more than 60 projectiles at Israeli communities near the border with the coastal enclave. 

Al-Quds Brigades claimed it had fired more than 130 rockets and mortar shells at Israel in the attack. 

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