IAF bombs Hamas targets in response to rocket attack

December 27, 2020 by TPS
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The Israeli Air Force (IAF) on Friday night bombed several Hamas targets in the Gaza Strip in response to rockets fired at Israel earlier in the evening.

File photo: Two Israeli F-35 “Adir” jets fly in formation. Credit: U.S. Air Force/1st Lt. Erik D. Anthony.

Gaza-based terrorists fired two rockets at the city of Ashkelon in southern Israel. The Iron Dome Aerial Defense System intercepted both rockets.

Three people were treated for light injuries incurred while running for shelter.

In response, the IAF struck Hamas terror targets including, a rocket manufacturing site, underground infrastructure, and a military post.

“Hamas will bear the consequences for all terror emanating from Gaza,” the IDF stated.

This attack comes after a month of relative quiet in the south. The last rocket attack from Gaza occurred on November 22.

TPS

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One Response to “IAF bombs Hamas targets in response to rocket attack”
  1. LIZZIE MOORE says:

    There is absolutely no choice but to Push Back – and firmly. Am proud of the efficiency of the IAF.

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