A kindergarten in Ashkelon was nearly struck by a missile
, and thankfully, it missed:
A salvo of rockets landed close to a packed Israeli kindergarten in the south on Friday, breaking the calm after a relatively quiet night.
A five-rocket salvo saw the Iron Dome intercept two rockets over Ashkelon. Three rockets struck the western Negev; one of them landed just 12 meters (roughly feet) from a packed kindergarten. Luckily, all children and staff are safe; the building was protected from rocket fire and all of the occupants were in safe areas.
But if the Hamas isn't defeated for good, the danger will still loom, and next time may not be so lucky. That's why the government is going to have to start taking serious considerations.
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