The "Israeli" occupation authorities admitted that four settlers were killed and two others were seriously injured in shelling by the Palestinian Resistance.
The Palestinian resistance pounded the Zionist settlements with rockets Thursday morning on the second day of the aggression on the Gaza Strip, which he enemy dubbed "Pillar of Cloud."
Officials in Beersheba, according to "Israeli" media, said that southern settlements are being exposed to an unprecedented rocket attack.
Several "Israeli" websites announced that four settlers have been killed and others have been seriously wounded after a rocket hit the Jewish settlement of Kiryat Malachi in the northern Gaza Strip.
"Voice of "Israel"" website also reported that Beersheba area was hit by four Grad rockets Thursday morning.
News reports mentioned that Palestinian resistance factions in Gaza have launched a series of retaliatory rocket attacks against a number of "Israeli" settlements. Six rockets reportedly hit Ashkol, and 1 Grad missile reached Dimona, which is more than 50 kilometers away from Gaza. Dimona is home to "Israel's" main nuclear facility.
On Wednesday, at least one Zionist settler was killed and dozens injured by the Palestinian resistance missiles.
On another note, the number of Palestinians martyred by the "Israeli" aggression on the enclave on Wednesday reached 12, in addition to dozens wounded.
Among the martyrs are infant Ahmad al-Masharawayi who was only 11 months old, child Rawan Arafat who was three years old, Issam Abu al-Maza, Mohammad Hani al-Kasih (19 years old), in addition to the Hamas official Ahmed al-Jaabari.
Source: News Agencies, edited by moqawama.org