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At Least Three Israelis Dead, Dozens Wounded After Rocket Barrage

Hamas and Islamic Jihad continued their nonstop barrage of rockets launched into Israel overnight, with tragic consequences. The Jerusalem Post reports that at least three Israelis have been killed — one in a home, one in a vehicle, and one in a factory in Ashkelon — while dozens more have been seriously injured:

Three Israelis have been killed and dozens have been wounded since Hamas and Islamic Jihad began sending non-stop barrage of rockets into Israel over the weekend.

A rocket was fired towards Ashkelon on Sunday afternoon, hitting a factory in Ashkelon, injuring three people. One was rushed to the hospital in critical condition and later died of his wounds. Two more people are still considered to be in critical condition.

Another rocket hit a driving vehicle near Kibbutz Yad Morechai. Sources report a man in the vehicle was rushed to the hospital in critical condition where he has died of his wounds.

Earlier Sunday, Moshe Agadi, a 58 year-old father of four, died after being critically injured when a rocket hit a building in Ashkelon on Saturday night.

Agadi was hit with shrapnel in his chest as a rocket hit his home in Ashkelon. He died en route to the hospital...

Tags: Rocket Attacks , Terrorism

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