“Relative calm” (Jerusalem Post) in southern Israel

9:29 pm: Ashkelon hit by Grad rocket.

7:55 pm: Grad rocket strikes Kiryat Malachi.

6:38 pm: Islamic Jihad threatens to expand fire to other cities.

6:26 pm: Impending rocket alert siren Ashkelon beach region.

5: 12 pm: Impending rocket alert siren Netiv.

4:56 pm: Impending rocket siren Yad Mordechai.

4:55 pm: Impending rocket siren in Ashkelon.

4:21 pm: Red sirens for incoming missiles in Eshkol region.

4:11 pm: Red sirens for incoming missiles in Ashkelon.

3:29 pm: Israel strike kills  Palestinian in DFLP group attempting to launch a missile from Gaza. Netanyahu declares “there is no ceasefire.”

1:35 pm: Hamas claims there is no ceasefire in place.

10:34 am: Islamic Jihad declares a ceasefire. We here in Ashdod do not want a ceasefire from Hamas/Islamic Jihad; we want the end of both of these barbaric terrorist groups.

10:14 am: Reported impending missile siren in Rishon LeZion.

8:36 am: Terrorist mortar fire from Gaza hits Sha’ar Hanegev.

8:18 am: Barzilai Hospital in Ashkelon reports 13 people admitted this morning from injuries: 4 in serious condition.

Moshe Ami. Killed by Grad missile in Ashkelon last night.
Moshe Ami. Killed by Grad missile in Ashkelon last night.

7:20 am: Two rockets hit Sha’ar Hanegev.

6:48 am: Rocket reportedly hits Gan Yavne area.


6:35 am: Four Grad rockets strike Ashdod. I may have video of this from a camera on my roof. No reports of where they struck.

6:15 am: We were awakened by explosions from two Grad rockets–that reportedly hit Gan Yavne (but sounded like in the Ashdod area). (There is another report that the two explosions were the Iron Dome system knocking down two incoming Grads).

6:13 am. Four rockets have struck Netivot.

6:12 am. Two Grad rockets hit Ashkelon.

6:10 am. Two missiles hit Shaar Hanegev.

5:37 am. At least 1 rocket hits the Eshkol region.

4:53 am. One incoming rocket in south Ashkelon.

4:49 am. Grad rocket reportedly hits Gan Yavne.

4:39 am. Ashkelon hit by Grad rocket(s).

4:07 am. Two rockets explode near Beersheva.

Source (and more on the “relative calm” at):  Israelstreet.org

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