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Classes Canceled, Trains Closed as Rockets Fired at Southern Israel

Daily life in southern Israel has ground to a halt due to rocket attacks from Gaza. The Jerusalem Post's Avraham Gold reports that the Iron Dome defense system intercepted three of 17 terrorist rockets fired into southern Israel overnight:

Classes were canceled for Monday morning in Gaza border communities as five volleys of at least three rockets and other projectiles were fired at Israel from the Gaza Strip.

The IDF said early Monday morning 17 rockets were fired at Israel's south, of which three were intercepted, during overnight hours and train stations in Sderot, Ofakim, Netivot and other Gaza border communities were closed on Monday...

Rocket sirens were heard at least five times across southern Israel Sunday night as the IDF carried out a Gaza operation, killing a senior Hamas member.

Residents in the Israeli communities surrounding the southern Gaza Strip were warned to stay close to shelter for further notice following the security incident, with two rounds of incoming rocket sirens activated in the communities...

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