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Security Cabinet to Convene for Emergency Meeting20 rockets and mortar shells intercepted by Iron Dome
The Security Cabinet was set to convene for an emergency meeting Sunday afternoon to deal with the escalating violence in Gaza, as Palestinians fired dozens of rockets into Israel and the IDF attacked more than 40 targets in the Strip in the most extensive daytime assault since 2014’s Operation Protective Edge.
Media reports said Israeli ministers were updated on the developments by phone overnight Friday-Saturday as residents of Israeli communities near Gaza spent the night in bomb shelters.
Israel’s political leadership was considering a range of possibilities for trying to halt the rocket fire, including targeted assassinations of Hamas terror chiefs, the use of ground forces, and a ceasefire mediated by Egypt and/or others, but no decision had been made as of Saturday late afternoon, Hadashot TV news reported.
IDF Chief of Staff Gadi Eisenkot met with senior commanders in the south to review the situation.
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