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Publication: Jewish ExponentDate published: June 17, 2010
Journal code: JWEX
JERUSALEM (JTA) - A Kassam rocket fired from Gaza landed in southern Israel.
The rocket, which caused no damage or injuries, struck Israel late Monday night.
It was the first attack on the western Negev in a weekand-a-half, when four rockets struck Ashkelon and Sederot.