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3 injured as rocket hits Israeli city of Ashdod
Published Friday 11/07/2014 (updated) 11/07/2014 21:12
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Fire fighters extinguish burning vehicles after a rocket fired from
the Gaza Strip hit a gas station in the city of Ashdod in southern
Israel on July 11, 2014.(AFP/David Buimovitch)
BETHLEHEM (Ma'an) -- A rocket fired from Gaza hit a petrol station in southern Israel on Friday, causing a huge explosion and injuring three people, the army and medics said.

"A barrage of rockets was fired at Ashdod, one of which hit a gas station causing massive damage," a statement from the army said.

Northern Israel was also hit by a rocket fired from Lebanon Friday, causing troops to hit back with artillery fire over the border, the Israeli army said.

The rocket crashed into a field near Kfar Yuval, between Metula and Kiryat Shmona at Israel's northernmost tip, a spokeswoman told AFP.
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1 ) Mel / USA
11/07/2014 18:57
International media are reporting that MANY Jewish Israeli injuries,cuts &bruises,have been incurred from FALLING,while running to their bomb shelters!Those injuries are inflicted by BIBI,who is scare-mongering Israeli's into thinking the"enemy"is Hamas/I/J etc.NO! The enemy of Israel &Jews is Israel's ZIONISM!That's the terrorist which is firing rockets of indoctrination into Israeli kids HEADS,from kindergarten up!Zionist Israel just LOVES killing non-Jews!That's Hitler's Nazism,Zionist style!

2 ) christian palestinian / usa
11/07/2014 22:04
The Palestinian people must wake up and follow the Lebanese Resistance model in order to liberate their land.
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