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Oct. 29 - Two Qassam rockets were fired into Israel from Gaza. One landed in Sderot and the other in the western Negev, north of the Karni crossing. One woman was treated for shock and one structure was damaged.
Oct. 28 - Four Qassam rockets were launched into Israel from Gaza. Four mortars were also fired from Gaza and landed near Kibbutz Nahal Oz.
Egypt deployed an additional 3,000 security forces to the Gaza border, according to an Egyptian official, due to “fears of Palestinian militants breaching the border wall between the Gaza Strip and Egypt.”
Oct. 26 - Israel prevented a shipment of 13 lbs. (6 kg) of TNT from reaching the West Bank through a Gaza-Israel passage.
Oct. 23 - Three Qassam rockets were launched from Gaza, two of which landed in the city of Sderot. Two vehicles were damaged and several residents were treated for shock.
Oct. 22 - Two Qassams were fired into Israel from the northern Gaza Strip, one landing south of Ashkelon.
Oct. 21 - Four Qassam rockets were launched into Israel from Gaza, landing in Sderot.
An anti-tank missile was fired at IDF troops near the Gaza anti-terrorist security fence.
Oct. 20 - Five Qassam rockets were launched from Gaza, one landing south of Ashkelon. One resident was wounded by shrapnel. Several people were treated for shock. An apartment building in Sderot was damaged when it was directly hit.
Five mortar shells were also fired from Gaza.
Three Bedouin were arrested in Sinai, Egypt en route to smuggle 200 crates of automatic weapons into Gaza.
Oct. 19 - IDF announced that nine tunnels were uncovered between the Egypt-Gaza border.
Oct. 16 - One Qassam was launched at the city of Sderot, landing near a home and another rocket landed near the western Negev Kibbutz Nir Am. In Sderot, one person was lightly injured and six others were treated for shock.Of the two Qassams, one of them bared the Hebrew inscription “Al-Quds” for the first time. The Hebrew inscription signified that the terrorist group - Al-Quds Brigades - closely associated with Islamic Jihad, was responsible for the rocket attack.
Oct. 14 - Two Qassam rockets landed in Sderot. One of the rockets damaged a fence adjoining a home in Sderot. Three residents were lightly wounded and one home was damaged.
Oct. 13 - Six Qassams were fired from Gaza and landed in the western Negev area.
Oct. 12 - Five Qassam rockets landed in the western Negev.
Oct. 8 - “Al-Qaeda in Palestine” claimed responsibility for blowing up an Internet café in Gaza.
Oct. 7 - Qassam rockets were fired into Israel from Gaza; one landed next to Sderot Mayor Eli Moyal’s home.
Oct. 6 - A tunnel collapsed under the Gaza-Egypt border from an explosion, trapping five Palestinian militants inside and killing at least one. The Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades, a violent offshoot of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah movement, said the five were members of the group.
Oct. 5 - Two Qassams landed in the western Negev.
Oct. 2 - Two Qassam rockets were fired into Israel from northern Gaza.
Oct. 1 - One Qassam rocket hit a home in Sderot, wounding a 76 year-old woman and an 11 year-old boy. Five other residents were treated for shock.