Sderot kindergarten struck by rocket

PM Netanyahu vows to continue to strike at Hamas terrorists as rocket barrages continue.

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

rockets fired from Gaza
rockets fired from Gaza
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu held security consultations in the Kirya in Tel Aviv with the Minister of Defense, the Chief of Staff, the head of the National Security Council), the head of the Shin Bet, the head of the Mossad and the top security officials.

During the discussion, Netanyahu spoke about the directive "to continue hitting the terrorist targets." He said, "The IDF is doing well - today we eliminated another senior Islamic Jihad commander, we hit the Hamas naval unit, and we continue to strike at the underground medium - the Hamas metro, and there are other targets."

The Prime Minister added: "We will continue to act as much as necessary to restore peace and security to all residents of Israel."

The rocket attacks from Gaza continued Monday, with over 250 rockets being fired at Israel over the Shavuot holiday. One rocket struck a kindergarten in Sderot. There were no injuries as the kindergarten was closed.

IDF fighter jets and aircraft today attacked five homes of leaders of the Hamas terrorist organization throughout the Gaza Strip. The attacked houses served as terrorist infrastructure.



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