Palestinian terrorists launched mortar shells at Israel, but they hit their own territory. Six Palestinians were wounded, on critically.
Six mortar shells were fired at Israel from the Gaza Strip on Wednesday, but landed in Palestinian territory and injured six Gazans, according to Palestinian sources.
The mortar shells were aimed toward the Eshkol region of the western Negev, but landed in on Palestinian land, one of them hitting a house in the northern Gaza Strip town of Beit Hanoun, sending shrapnel flying and lighting a small fire inside.
Six Palestinians were injured, one of them seriously, Gaza emergency services chief Mo'aweya Hassanein said.
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