Created on Sunday, 11 November 2012 19:13
Written by Gil Ronen - Arutz Sheva
Examining Kassam rocket damage
A direct strike on a home in Sderot was reported after 7:30 p.m. Sunday evening, as Gaza terrorists continued to fire a barrage of missiles at Israeli civilian men, women and children.
Initial reports said no one was injured despite the direct hit.
Many of the rockets fired Sunday were timed for the end of the school day, in order to try and kill or maim children. More than 100 rockets were fired during the day.
A Be'er Sheva resident named Barbara told Arutz Sheva: "They timed the attack at just the time all the kids got out of school...mine too!! First time I was ever close to hysterical was today."
"This has to stop," said Gershon, another resident of "the capital of the Negev."
"The rocket attack was at 13:58," he said, "when all the kids were walking home from school and I was on my way to pick up my daughter. The whole city should keep their children home until the rocket attacks stop."