Tel Aviv woke up early Wednesday to its second rocket siren in two days, the morning after Hamas and Jihad Islami fired 120 rockets Tuesday, bringing half of Israel under attack. Iron Dome intercepted 30. The farthest point north was Hadera, a town between Tel Aviv and Haifa, but Tel Aviv and Jerusalem as well as towns like Rehovot and Kfar Saba were added to the Hamas roster of southern Israel targets between Ashdod and Beersheba. All parts of the country have now opened air raid shelters ready for more surprises, like the rocket that reached Hadera, 110 km away from the Gaza Strip, now identified as a Syrian-made M-302 Khaibar.
09 Jul 2014 Leave a comment
DEBKAfileJuly 9, 2014, 8:38 AM (IDT)