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Bibi Vows Terrorist Rocket Fire Won't Be Tolerated

Stand for Israel reported on the ongoing IDF reaction to terrorist rockets (and now gunfire) from Gaza. Now, The Times of Israel's Judah Ari Gross reports on PM Netanyahu's words regarding Israel's response to the terrorist attacks:

Israeli aircraft and tanks pounded Hamas targets in Gaza in a series of sorties Monday, after a rocket was shot into Israeli territory earlier in the day, as tensions with the volatile coastal enclave spiraled upwards.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel would not tolerate a “drizzle” of rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip, as planes continued to strike targets in the Strip.

The airstrikes and tank fire came after a rocket landed in an open field in southern Israel Monday morning. The day also saw an IDF patrol near the border fired upon.

“My policy is to respond strongly to any rocket fire,” Netanyahu said from London, where he’s on a state visit. “We are firm in this response.”

The Israel Defense Forces said it struck numerous Hamas positions in northern and central Gaza, including a naval base near the city of Jabaliya.

In the latest incident on Monday evening, Israeli aircraft attacked “three terrorist infrastructures belonging to the Hamas terrorist group” in the Gaza Strip, the army said...

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