2 rockets hit southern Israel, sirens continue to blare after security incident in Gaza
BREAKING: Incoming rocket sirens sounded Sunday evening in Israeli communities near the Gaza border and the central Negev following a security incident in southern Gaza.
Rockets launched by Muslim terrorists from Gaza hit two towns in southern Israel. Heavy damage reported to an agricultural infrastructure. No injuries.
Gaza border communities’ residents were instructed to remain close to bomb shelters.
IDF forces eliminated 6 Hamas terrorists, including a leader of the Hamas armed wing Izz ad-Din al-Qassam in southern Gaza. According to Arab reports, another 5 terrorists were wounded.
Arabs report that IDF Special Forces entered 2 miles into Gaza in a civilian vehicle and assassinated the Hamas leader in the Khan Yunis area. The force was exposed. The force was exposed and an exchange of fire started while an Israeli aircraft accompanied the ground forces.
Arabs report that the green light was given to all terror groups in Gaza to retaliate against Israel.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu decided to cut short his visit to Paris and will return to Israel tonight.
The Home Front Command issued instructions to residents of Israeli towns near the Gaza border. Public gatherings will be permitted for up to 300 people in closed areas only. Schools in the region will be closed on Monday, and public services will be provided in a reduced capacity. Agricultural work in the region is prohibited.