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Israeli army intercept rockets sent from Gaza during ceasefire

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Israeli army intercept rockets sent from Gaza during ceasefire

Israeli army intercept rockets sent from Gaza during ceasefire

Rockets fired from the coastal enclave in Gaza were intercepted by the Israeli army Thursday (November 14) during a ceasefire.

Footage shows rocket trails in the sky.

The Palestinian militant group Islamic Jihad offered a ceasefire with Israel, which was orchestrated by Egypt and subsequently went into effect Thursday morning.

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