Palestinian shell hits home in southern Israel, killing one and wounding four
A shell fire by Palestinian resistance fighters Saturday night hit a house in Be'er Sheva, in southern Israel, killing one Israeli and wounding four. Israeli sources report that at least thirty shells have been fired from Gaza since Thursday, but Saturday's strikes brought the first reported injuries from the shells.
Also on Saturday night, a separate shell hit the town of Ofakim, lightly wounding two children, according to Israeli sources.
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