Israel Air Force destroys Hamas targets that served as terror infrastructure in central & northern Gaza in retaliation after rocket fired at southern Israeli town.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
“We hold Hamas responsible,” the IDF said. “Hamas, [as a governing body], will be held responsible for all that occur within its borders.’
The Friday-night rocket which struck Serot landed in an unmanned preschool; No injuries were reported in the incident, yet the building sustained significant damage, and few individuals were treated for shock near the scene of the incident.
Earlier on Friday, The IDF placed greater Hebron under general closure in an effort to disrupt a series of deadly terror attacks on Israelis over the course 48 hours. Throughout its course, only humanitarian journeys will be allowed out of the city.
The last time Hebron was placed under closure was in June 2014, following the kidnap and murder of three Israeli teenagers by a local Hamas cell.