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Mar 14, 2019 4:14 PM 1+ week ago

People attend a public speech of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani in the southern Hormozgan province

Pro-Hezbollah and pro-Iran regime media and social media accounts lit up on Thursday night, after two rockets were fred at Tel Aviv from Gaza. It indicates the close attention paid to tensions in Israel between Israel and terrorist groups in Gaza.

Lebanon's satellite TV station Al-Mayadeen, which is generally supportive of the Syrian regime and Hezbollah, wrote a story within minutes of the reports of Iron Dome being activated. "Occupation admits that Palestinians bomb `Tel Aviv,'" the headline read. Relying on Israel's Channel 12, the article noted that booms were heard in central Israel and that bomb shelters might be opened.

Similarly, Tasnim News Agency in Iran wrote up the article noting that Iron Dome had intercepted the rockets. Shehab News, which is supportive of Hamas, posted video and news on the rocket fire. Hezbollah's Al-Manar also reported the rocket fire. Hossein Dalirian, director of ...

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