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Seven wounded in Hamas rocket barrage toward Kerem Shalom

At least seven people were injured after Hamas fired ten rockets towards the Kerem Shalom area along the Israel-Gaza border on Sunday afternoon. At least one of the injured people was in critical condition.

Shortly after the attack, the IDF closed the Kerem Shalom crossing located in the area, preventing the entry of humanitarian aid trucks through the crossing which serves as the main entry point for aid.

Several people received medical treatment on scene for their injuries caused by the rocket fire and were evacuated to hospitals to receive immediate medical attention.

Hamas claimed responsibility for the rocket fire, saying its Al-Qassam brigades targeted the Kerem Shalom area with short-range 114mm “Rajoum” rockets.

Rockets launched from the Rafah region

According to Israeli media, the rockets were launched from the Rafah region.

Shortly after the attack, Palestinian media reported a series of Israeli airstrikes in the Rafah area.

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