CBNNews.com - ASHKELON, Israel - Two rockets landed in the Israeli coastal city of Ashkelon early Monday, one near an elementary school, damaging several buildings and sending one woman into shock, and the second in Ashkelon National Park.
The weekend saw an overall increase in Kassam rocket and mortar shell attacks on southern Israel.
On Friday, Jimmy Kedushim, 48, was killed by shrapnel from a mortar that hit Kibbutz Kfar Aza. Kedushim was buried Sunday in the kibbutz cemetery.
Four residents of Sderot were treated for shock Sunday following rocket attacks, and another Kassam damaged a building and several cars on the Sapir College campus.
One rocket hit near a bus transporting children to school, shattering its windows and starting a fire. Thee children were treated for shock.
Source: YNet news