Sirens Sound in Gaza Border Towns, After Record 20-Hour Lull

By Yoni Weiss

The Iron Dome anti-missile system fires interception missiles at rockets fired from the Gaza Strip toward central Israel, as seen from Tel Aviv, Friday. (Tomer Neuberg/Flash90)

Rocket alarms sounded in the evacuated Gaza border towns of Netiv HaAsarah and Yad Mordechai on Sunday afternoon, indicating the first rockets that were launched by terrorists in the Gaza Strip in some 20 hours.

The lull was the longest since the war started in October, excluding the temporary truce last month.

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