Two Israelis Injured In Rocket Attack In Beersheba

Zechariah 12:3 “And in that day will I make Jerusalem a burdensome stone for all people: all that burden themselves with it shall be cut in pieces, though all the people of the earth be gathered together against it.”

Editor's Note: Jim Bakker teaches to watch Israel closely because it is the prophetic timeclock for the unfolding of Last Days events. In Matthew 24, Israel is the fig tree that the Lord told His people to observe to understand the times. It is like a barometer of what is happening in the nations.

A Hamas rocket that made it through the Iron Dome defense system struck a home in Beersheba today, injuring two people including an 80-year-old grandmother who had to be rushed to a local hospital.

The rocket came an hour after Iron Dome has intercepted two rockets over Tel Aviv and at least two over Herzliya.  The Israeli Defense Force says that the percentage of rockets shot down by Iron Dome is around 70 percent.

The IDF says that more Iron Dome batteries will be deployed throughout the country to try and increase the interception percentage of the system.

Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon spoke with the people who manufacture the system to encourage them as they increase their output to meet the current battle situation.

“Your efforts, and those of your people in this operation is very impressive, and inspirational,” Ya’alon added. “In recent days, you and your people are working with dedication, day and night, to instantly set up more Iron Dome batteries, which will go into operation during [the current] Operation Protective Edge, and will defend the Israeli people.”

At least 90 rockets from Hamas have been fired into Israel in the last 24 hours.


4 thoughts on “Two Israelis Injured In Rocket Attack In Beersheba

  1. Of course— we pray every day for Israel and Jerusalem. Psalm 122. They are Gods special people— the apple of His eye. We love Israel and help financially.

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