Israel-Gaza War

Rocket Fire Towards Ein Hamifratz and Kfar Masaryk, One Intereception Reported

Red color sirens were activated south of Akko at these towns. Residents reported one interception, but no casualties.

(Photo: Haim Goldberg, Flash90)

Red color sirens were heard today (Monday) south of Akko, at Ein Hamifratz and Kfar Masaryk. The IDF Spokesperson stated that sirens were also activated in the Upper Galilee area. The details are being investigated.

Magen David Adom stated that as of a few minutes since the sirens in the Haifa sector, no calls about hits or casualties have been received, to be updated as more information comes in. Residents reported the interception of one rocket.

It was reported earlier that the red color sirens could be hard in Beer Sheva, Ashkelon and Perimeter settlements including Yad Mordechai, Netiv Ha’asarah, and Karmia.

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