Shrapnel from Palestinian grad rocket pierces home in Israeli town of Netivot

On Friday, a grad rocket fired by Palestinians in Gaza landed in the southern Israeli town of Netivot.  The rocket exploded in the backyard of a family home.

Here’s a video taken by a resident close to the explosion.


While, fortunately, nobody was seriously hurt, once civilian was treated for shock.

The projectile sent shrapnel flying into a Netivot home, and pierced the walls, including in a child’s bedroom. 

Photo of Netivot bedroom after rocket attack

Over 40 rockets were fired into southern Israel by Palestinian terrorists during the past week alone.

The Guardian’s Israel page contains no mention of the latest round of attacks from Gaza.

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