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Israeli border town hit by rockets after Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital

11 December 2017

The Israeli border town was hit by rocket attacks fired from Gaza Strip exploded on Friday night. It damaged several parked cars and some buildings in area. No causalities have been reported although local resident were frightened by the attacks. Dor Avitan, local resident said "It was a strong explosion. We heard a big bang. We felt the blast. You can feel the air moving".

Conflicts have been accelerating between Palestine and Israel after U.S. President Donald Trump announced his official recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.