Saturday, December 23, 2006

Is Olmert is Waiting for a Qasam to Hit Peretz's House?


Palestinians in the Gaza Strip fired three Qassam rockets Friday evening into the western Negev. The first rocket landed in a kibbutz residential area, shattering several windows. No injuries were reported.

The second strike caused some damage to a bank building in the center of the western Negev city of Sderot. Two people were treated for shock. The third rocket landed in an open field and caused no damage or injuries.

Early Friday morning, a Qassam rocket landed in an open field in the western Negev causing no injuries. On Thursday, Palestinians shot six Qassam rockets, two of which landed in the center of Sderot.

The first strike on the city, which occurred in the early evening, shattered some windows on a local structure, and several people were treated for shock. Another rocket, fired shortly afterward, also hit an area in the center of town, sending pieces of shrapnel flying into a bus. Three people were taken to hospital due to ringing in their ears.

Do these count too?

Another Qassam fired earlier in the day hit a house in the northern Gaza town of Beit Hanun, wounding five Palestinians. Another rocket landed in a field inside Palestinian territory.

The first errant rocket blew through the home's living room and exploded in a bedroom where three children were sleeping, relatives said.

Two-year-old Samir al-Masri suffered two broken legs in the attack, said Dr. Said Judeh of Kamal Adwan hospital. The boy's 4-year-old sister and 3-year-old brother were lightly wounded by shrapnel, said their uncle, Jad al-Masri.

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