4 Israelis murdered, hundreds injured, 700 rockets fired by Muslim terrorists from Gaza

4 Israelis murdered, hundreds injured, 700 rockets fired by Muslim terrorists from Gaza

ISRAEL UNDER ATTACK: Four Israelis have been murdered and hundreds have been injured since Hamas and Islamic Jihad terror groups in Gaza began launching non-stop barrages of rockets into Israeli civilians over the weekend.

Pinchas Menachem Pashwazman, a 21-year-old yeshiva student was killed when a rocket struck a building in Ashdod Sunday evening.  He was taken by medics to Assuta Hospital in critical condition where he was then declared dead.

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According to reports, Pinchas was running from his apartment to his building’s bomb shelter when the rocket came crashing through the stairwell.

Another three Israelis were lightly injured by shrapnel.

Earlier on Sunday afternoon, a Bedouin man was killed after he critically injured in his chest by shrapnel from a direct strike on a factory in Ashkelon and died from his wounds shortly after.

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Moshe Feder, 67, was killed after a Kornet anti-tank guided missile struck a car near the Gaza border between the communities of Yad Mordechai and Sderot.

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A 58-year-old Israeli man was killed in the city of Ashkelon and dozens were wounded across southern Israel overnight.

Around 2:30 am on Sunday, a rocket hit a building in Ashkelon, critically wounding Moshe Agadi, a father of four.

Moshe died on his way to the hospital, marking the first death since the massive rocket attacks began on Saturday morning.

Ashkelon’s Barzilai Medical Center reported that 12 people wounded in the rocket attacks, including three in critical condition, are being treated there.

The hospital has so far treated more than 130 people, including 64 suffering from shock. Soroka Medical Center in Be’er Sheva treated 70 people since the rocket barrages began Saturday.

The Home Front Command announced that school Monday is being canceled for all areas within 40 kilometers from Gaza.