First Tel Aviv, now Jerusalem?
Holy crap. major noise in gaza. outgoing
— Sara Hussein (@sarahussein) November 16, 2012
For first time since 1970, rocket fired at Jerusalem, lands in open area in Gush Etzion; no casualties bit.ly/ZXUaya
— Haaretz.com (@haaretzcom) November 16, 2012
Even Saddam didn’t aim Scuds at Jerusalem. Apparently Hamas doesn’t care about Palestinian casualties or multi-faith holy sites either.
— Michael Koplow (@mkoplow) November 16, 2012
Press reports attributed to IDF: TWO (not 3) missiles landed in open areas in Jerusalem area. No damages, casualties. Came from Gaza, not WB
— Daniel Seidemann (@DanielSeidemann) November 16, 2012
Rocket landed NOT in Jerusalem. Gush EtzionThat’s in West Bank. South of Jerusalem.
— Tim Marshall (@Skytwitius) November 16, 2012
— Jeffrey Goldberg (@JeffreyGoldberg) November 16, 2012
Basically RT @hughnaylor So Hamas rockets actually targeting Israeli settlements?
— Erin Cunningham (@erinmcunningham) November 16, 2012
emergency services source tells BBC rocket hit main gate of Maale Amos settlement in West Bank
— Yolande Knell (@YolandeKnell) November 16, 2012
I was just explaining to a colleague why I thought there wouldn’t be a ground invasion. Thanks for making me look like an idiot, Hamas.
— Armin Rosen (@ArminRosen) November 16, 2012
(Photo: A relative grieves during the funeral on November 16 for Itzik Amsalem, 49, one of the three people who died in a rocket attack in Kiryat Malachi, Israel. Three people were killed in Israel on November 15 after a building was hit by a rocket fired from the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip. Palestinian rocket attacks followed a series aerial strikes on targets in Gaza launched by Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) which killed a top military commander of Hamas. By Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)