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Israeli Jets Flatten Terrorist Rocket Launch Site

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The Israeli Air Force released a video showing the destruction of a rocket launch site in the Gaza Strip, which was reportedly targeting the city of Sderot.

The IDF conducted an airstrike that destroyed the launch site, as revealed in the footage.

“Soldiers of the 162nd Division in Jabalya, in cooperation with the soldiers of the 636th Collection Unit of the Border Protection Corps, identified a launch site… launching rockets towards the city of Sderot,” the IDF posted. (Trending: LeBron James Shares Gun Advice For Americans)

It noted that soldiers “directed an aircraft that attacked and destroyed the launch site.”

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