Kassam from Gaza strikes Israel


JERUSALEM (JTA) — A Kassam rocket fired from Gaza stuck southern Israel.

Sunday morning’s attack, which was fired toward Sderot but landed near the border fence with Gaza, did not cause any injuries or damage.

On Saturday evening, an Arab Israeli was critically injured after the vehicle he was driving was hit by firebombs hurled by Palestinians.

The attack occurred southwest of Hebron, according to the Israel Defense Forces. The civilian drove to a nearby army post and was taken by Magen David Adom ambulance to Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem.

Also Saturday, Arabs in the Gush Etzion area threw rocks at cars with Israeli license plates, damaging several vehicles.


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