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April 24, 2015 9:37 am

Israel Says it Won’t Accept ‘Drizzle of Rockets’ Following Attack From Gaza

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A rocket being fired from Gaza towards Israel. Israel said it won't tolerate a "dribble" of rocket attacks. Photo: Wikimedia Commons.

Times of Israel – Israeli security officials warned Thursday night that the nation would not tolerate a “drizzle” of rocket attacks against Israel, saying Hamas was responsible for keeping the peace in the Gaza Strip.

Following Thursday evening’s rocket attack from Gaza, the Erez Crossing was closed on Friday and officials said Gazan worshipers would not be allowed into Israel to pray at Jerusalem’s al-Aqsa Mosque. The visits, instituted several months ago for some Gazans, had been seen as a sign of trust-building after last year’s bloody summer war.

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