PFLP-GC terror group reportedly claims rocket fire

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine-General Command, a Syria-based Palestinian terror group, has taken responsibility for the rocket fire on Israel this evening, according to Lebanese media cited by Israel’s Channel 2.

Meanwhile, the Israeli towns of Shlomi and Nahariya have opened up bomb shelters, apparently anticipating more possible attacks as tensions ramp up following the killing of Samir Kuntar.

All three rockets that hit Israel Sunday night apparently landed near Shlomi, a small town near the Lebanese border. Sirens also sounded in Nahariya, a larger coastal city about 10 kilometers southwest.

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