Friday , June 25 2021

Home Front Command publishes new guidelines



Destroying the Beer Sheve Gaza rocket (archive)

Destroying the Beer Sheve Gaza rocket (archive)

Flash 90

The Home Front command issued new guidelines after the missile attacks from Gaza on Monday afternoon. In the Gaza area, residents are asked to stay in protected areas.

In the southern Negev region and part of the Lachish community, residents are obliged to be in close proximity to protected areas and enter protection in accordance with the time available to them. Prohibition and gatherings in the open space are forbidden.

"Residents of cities Netivot and Ofakim are obliged to stay in protected areas. Beer Sheva and Ashdod residents must stay close to protected areas and enter protection in accordance with the time available to them," said the Home Front command in its guidelines.

"The authorities in the Gaza Strip, the South Negev and part of the Lahis communities had instructions to open shelters, the instructions of the command on the front line must be respected.

A 19-year-old man was seriously injured on Monday for bullying in the vicinity of the community in the regional council of Saar Hanegev. Sukla hit a bus, causing him to burn.

Within an hour in communities around Gaza, more than 100 rockets were created, and alarms were heard across the South. In response, IDF airplanes have begun to attack targets along the Gaza Strip, and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu is currently conducting security consultations in Kiri with the Minister of Defense, Chief of Staff and senior members of the Defense Establishment and IDF.

Seven wounded in Sderot: moderately wounded by shrapnel in the chest and two lightly wounded from falling into the factory Eight in the city. And four more easily wounded. In addition, the Soroca Medical Center evacuated two lightly injured soldiers: a female soldier from the exit station Nahal Oz and a victim of anxiety from Netivot.


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