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Overview: Sporadic rocket and mortar shell fire from the Gaza Strip into Israeli territory continues. A Palestinian armed with a Kalashnikov assault rifle was shot and killed by an IDF force near the Gaza Strip security fence.

The events of March 30 passed relatively quietly without significant media provocations meant to embarrass Israel. Rallies were held near the border in Lebanon and Jordan and contained by local security forces. In Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip there was rioting on a small scale which did not spin out of control. The events held in the Middle East and around the world received scant media coverage.

Israel´s South Important Terrorism Events

Rocket Fire

This past week one rocket hit from the Gaza Strip was identified in Israeli territory, landing in an open area. In addition, two mortar shells were fired into Israeli territory. There were no casualties and no damage was done

Terrorist Attack at the Security Fence Prevented

On March 31 an IDF force identified an Palestinian terrorist digging in the ground near the security fence in the central Gaza Strip. They shot and killed him. A search held the next morning revealed he had been armed with a Kalashnikov assault rifle, magazines, a knife and a shovel (IDF Spokesman, April 1, 2012).

Rockets Fired into Israeli Territory 1


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