A synagogue in Ashdod also suffered a direct hit from a Gaza rocket
Earlier today I blogged about this story of a Hamas near miss attack on a kindergarten.
An Israeli father was moderately injured by shrapnel Thursday morning, moments after he helped a group of young children — including his son, whose birthday it was — to scramble to safety when a rocket slammed into the Eshkol region community kindergarten.
This time it was even worse.
Daniel Tregerman, a four-year-old Israeli boy, was killed by a mortar shell fired from the Gaza Strip on Friday afternoon. The boy was hit when the shell scored a direct hit on a car at a kibbutz in the Sha’ar Hanegev Region, close to the border with Gaza, initial reports said
According to initial reports, the boy was critically wounded when the projectile made a direct hit on the car he was in, and later died of his wounds.
Several cars and buildings sustained damage from the fire following the explosion of the mortar shell.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Hamas would pay a “heavy price” for the killing.
Also on Friday afternoon, a synagogue in Ashdod suffered a direct hit by a Gaza rocket. The building was badly damaged and three people were injured in that attack, one moderately.