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Six mortar shells fired in Gaza Strip
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Jerusalem Post - Jerusalem
Author: DUDKEVITCH, MARGOT
Date: Jun 8, 2001
Start Page: 02.A
Section: News
Abstract (Document Summary)

Last night, Palestinian gunmen fired a mortar shell that landed in Palestinian-controlled area near the Netzarim junction, four mortar shells that fell near the community of Ganei Tal, and one at an IDF post nearby. A roadside bomb exploded near an IDF unit on the border with Egypt near Rafah. No one was hurt in any of the incidents.

In Gaza yesterday, Palestinians shot and threw anti- tank grenades at soldiers on the border with Egypt near Rafah. A roadside bomb exploded near an IDF tank south east of Atzmona in Gush Katif, and shots were fired at an army post near Gadid. There were no casualties in the incidents.

Speaking from his hospital bed at Sheba Hospital in Tel Hashomer, Halamish resident Moshe Bahagon recalled Wednesday night's shooting attack as he drove back to the community with his son [Haim Yehuda Shoham] and Eli Marciano. Bahagon, a formed aide to Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, said he had received a phone call from the prime minister during the day.

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