Last night, terrorists began firing a salvo of rockets from Gaza into Israel, which prompted the IDF to respond with airstrikes on Hamas terror targets. The Jerusalem Post reports on the dozens of missiles fired at southern Israel, one of which landed near a kindergarten:
Dozens of Hamas rockets were fired on Israel from the Gaza Strip late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning. At least three projectiles landed in Israeli communities causing no injuries, but slight damage to buildings and vehicles in southern Israel.
The IDF spokesperson's office reported that seven rockets were intercepted by the Iron Dome and three of those fired landed within the Gaza Strip.
Residents of the south got little sleep as warning sirens blared throughout the night. Early Wednesday morning, it was decided that schools would remain open, under increased security protection.
In retaliation to Hamas activity, the IAF struck 25 Hamas targets in three separate rounds of retaliatory strikes overnight. Two Hamas security men were lightly hurt in one air strike in the southern Gaza Strip, residents said...