Sunday, August 28, 2011

28-Aug-11: Another Gazan GRAD rocket seeks Beer Sheba victims

It's Sunday morning and in the Middle East, that's the start of the working week. And the jihad-minded terrorists of Gaza are indeed at work. At about 7:15 this morning, a GRAD-class rocket (range about 40 km, probably made in China and supplied by Iran) was fired in the general direction of the Israeli city of Beer Sheba (population about 200,000). Though Ynet reports it was intercepted by an Iron Dome anti-missile missile, we are aware of another report (in Hebrew) saying the GRAD in fact landed harmlessly in open land on the edge of the city without causing damage or injury. JPost, correcting an earlier report, now also says it crashed outside the city limits.

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