Hamas fires rockets at the outskirts of Tel Aviv and Ashkelon. Video
On Saturday, October 14, on the eighth day of the war in Israel, Hamas terrorists attacked the outskirts of Tel Aviv with rockets, with debris falling in Bat Yam. The Islamists also targeted the city of Ashkelon, where air defense systems were operating.
This was reported by The Times of Israel. Social media posted footage of the aftermath of the Hamas attack (to see photos and videos, scroll to the bottom of the page).
Rocket fragments damaged several buildings in the city center of Bat Yam. Rescuers were working at the site where they fell between two buildings.
Several houses in Ashkelon were also reported to have been damaged by rocket fragments.
There is no information about the victims.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, the Israeli Defense Ministry is now creating an aid agency that will deal with the restoration of border settlements. The country's government has already allocated $2.5 million for this purpose, and the work should begin immediately.