Israeli Army: More rockets fired at Israel from Syria

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Israeli Army: More rockets fired at Israel from Syria

 

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People gather to lay flowers at the site where Italian tourist Alessandro Perini was killed in an attack by Palestinians in Tel Aviv, Israel, on Saturday, April 8, 2023. An Italian tourist was killed and five other Italian and British citizens were injured Friday when a car rammed into a group of tourists in Tel Aviv, Israeli officials said. (AP Photo/Odid Belti)

A Damascus-based Palestinian group loyal to the Syrian Government claimed responsibility

(DMTN-Webdesk)The Israeli military said three more rockets were fired from Syria into Israel early Sunday morning, bringing the number of missiles fired by Israel's northeastern neighbor to six hours in an unusual attack. A Damascus-based Palestinian group loyal to the Syrian government claimed responsibility for firing three missiles at Israel on Saturday.

The report cited the Al-Quds Brigades, a different militia from the armed wing of the larger Palestinian Islamic Jihad with a similar name, and said it fired rockets in response to a police attack on the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

In Syria, an adviser to President Bashar al-Assad described the rocket attacks as part of a previous, current and ongoing response to a brutal enemy.

Israeli security forces in the occupied West Bank shot dead a 20-year-old Palestinian in the town of Azun, sparking protests in the area, Palestinian health officials said.

His death comes at a time of unprecedented violence in the West Bank.

At least 19 people have been killed so far in Palestinian attacks on Israelis – including the shooting death of two British Israelis near a settlement in the Jordan Valley on Friday, and an Italian man killed in a collision with a suspect car in Tel Aviv. The tourist was killed.

The rocket fire from Syria came against a backdrop of heightened Israeli-Palestinian tensions triggered by an Israeli police raid on Jerusalem's most sensitive site, the holy compound home to the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

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