It Begins: More Than 50 Rockets Fired From Gaza Into Israel

Red alert sirens went off in Israel after rockets were fired from Gaza

[17:12] Report: House hit by Gaza rockets in southern Israeli city of Sderot

One person was wounded apparently from a mortar shell that hit a community in the Shaar Hanegev Regional Council, Magen David Adom reported.

Paramedics provided medical treatment to a 19-year-old man who is currently in critical condition at this moment.

[17:08] Hamas fires over 70 rockets at communities in southern Israel

Air sirens sounded in several communities near the Gaza border, in the regional councils of Shaar Hanegev, Sderot, Netivot and Ashkelon.

[17:07] Map of Gaza communities targeted by rockets

[17:02] Hamas fires from Gaza at communities of Sha’ar Hanegev in the South

Air sirens sounded in kibbutz Mefalsim in the Sha’ar Hanegev Regional council in southern Israel.

Additional sirens have sounded on Monday in the regional councils of Sderot, Netivot and Ashkelon.

[16:53] Rocket sirens sound in communities across Gaza border

Air sirens sounded in several communities near the Gaza border in the regions of Sderot, Sha’ar Hanegev, Netivot and Ashkelon Regional councils.

[16:49] Hamas fires rockets from Gaza on southern communities in the Negev

Eleven air sirens sounded in Or Haner, Erez, Mephlasim, Elbim, Gevim, Sapir College, and other communities near the Gaza border on Monday as Hamas fired rockets on southern Israel.

[16:43] Mortar fired from Gaza hits an empty bus in southern Israel

A mortar fired from Gaza hit an empty bus in Kfar Aza Monday, Zaka reported.

One person is in serious condition, the report said. No other casualties have been reported at this time.

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