Hamas claims missile strike on Tel Aviv, IDF slams it as propaganda

Russian News:

Published: 15 November, 2012, 02:42

A rocket is launched from Rafah, in the southern Gaza strip towards Israel, on November 14, 2012. (AFP Photo/Saib Khatib)

Hamas’ armed wing claims to have shelled “the occupied city of Tel Aviv”. If true, this will have been the first Hamas missile to hit Israel’s largest city. Israel has denied the claim, slamming it as propaganda.

­As soon as the first reports appeared on popular microblogging site Twitter, Tel Aviv began trending worldwide.

The the Ezzedine al-Qassam Brigades tweeted the claim, but so far, no confirmation is available.

Meanwhile, Israeli Defense Forces spokesperson Avital Leibovich took to her Twitter account to slam the claim as propaganda. She said “Clarification: no rockets were fired toTel Aviv. The rumors are part of Hamas propaganda.”

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Martin sent us this video of what appears to be air raid sirens in Tel Aviv. I would like to know what the scribbly is at the top and bottom of this video

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One Response to Hamas claims missile strike on Tel Aviv, IDF slams it as propaganda

  1. Tadpole says:

    The Google translator renders the Arabic heading to the video as:

    “Panic hit Tel Aviv because Palestinian resistance missiles”

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