Hamas terror group nabs Fatah terror cell behind rocket fire at southern Israel
Hamas, the Muslim terror group that rules Gaza, has reportedly arrested a terror cell behind the rocket fired from Gaza on Thursday that hit a Jewish school in the southern Israeli city of Sderot.
According to sources, the arrested, Muslim terrorists residents of northern Gaza, are members of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades – the armed wing of Hamas rival Fatah terror group, which rules the Palestinian Authority.
Rocket sirens sounded and explosions were heard Thursday night in Sderot when a rocket launched by Muslim terrorists from Gaza hit a building in Sderot. Inside the building, there is a synagogue and a Jewish school. Thankfully, no students were injured by the blast.
The IDF bombed Hamas terror compounds in Gaza, including a facility belonging to the terror group’s naval forces, in response to the second rocket launched from Gaza into Israel in two days.
“We will continue to work against any attempt to harm Israeli citizens and sees the Hamas terror group as responsible for everything that happens in the Gaza Strip and everything that is launched from it,” the IDF said in a statement.