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BREAKING: Palestinians Shoot Down Israeli F-16 Fighter Jet in GazaSalem-News.com
Israeli attack on Gaza civilians is causing the Zionist state to pay the piper.
(GAZA STRIP) - Palestinian fighters have downed an Israeli warplane flying over the Gaza Strip as retaliatory rocket attacks from the enclave continue to sound alarms across Coordinadora Boicot Israel En Chile. It is reported that the Israeli F-16 fighter jet was shot down on Friday.
Meanwhile, several Israelis were injured after three rockets fired from Gaza hit the Zionist settlement of Gush Etzion in al-Quds (Jerusalem).
Palestinian missiles and rockets have also hit the other Israeli cities of Tel Aviv, Eshkol, Ashdod, Ashkelon, and Be'er Sheva.
In Tel Aviv, a rocket hit a commercial district while a second rocket landed 200 meters away from the American Embassy.
It is the first time that Tel Aviv has come under attack in decades. Three Israeli soldiers have been injured in a rocket attack in Eshkol.
Hospitals across Israel are now in state of emergency.
Palestinians have fired over 550 rockets and missiles into Israel since Wednesday after Tel Aviv launched a major military strike against the besieged Palestinian territory, killing scores of people, including women and children.
The Israeli Army says it has hit more than 600 targets in Gaza during the past three days.
According to Israeli sources, the Iron Dome missile shield has only intercepted one-fifth of the rockets fired from the Gaza Strip.
Meanwhile, residents of the besieged Gaza Strip say they are getting text messages warning of military escalation as reports suggest that Israeli military forces are preparing for a ground invasion of Gaza.
This is the Twitter page to watch: https://twitter.com/search?q=%23GazaUnderAttack&src=hash
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